India's transition to a low carbon economy
May 30, 2020
Renewable energy in India has grown very rapidly in recent years. Renewable energy capacity reached 84 GW by the end of 2019. India has the ambitious targets of having 175 GW of renewable power capacity by 2022 and taking this up to 450 GW thereafter. The fall in costs of solar and wind power globally have been so dramatic that renewable energy is now the cheapest source of electricity when it is generated.
May 9, 2020 |
May 9, 2020
Some of the biggest names in Indian philanthropy have teamed up with researchers and more to craft an India-specific response to the climate crisis. More than 40 stakeholders, including TERI, have joined this growing collaboration.
Allowing glaciers to retreat will be nothing less than a Himalayan blunder
April 8, 2020 |
April 8, 2020
The Hindu Business Line
A shrinking glacial mass could compromise our water and energy security, cautions a TERI study.
Employ high-tech for climate change adaptation
March 31, 2020
| The Pioneer
For climate change adaptations, it is essential to improve innovation in providing support for new technologies in the water sector, in devising new instruments for enhancing groundwater storage, financing water sector projects and ensuring active participation of various stakeholders including the private sector.
Developed nations not taking action to reduce carbon emissions: Javadekar
January 29, 2020 |
January 29, 2020
Speaking at the 20th edition of the World Sustainable Development Summit organized by TERI, Union Environment Minister Mr Prakash Javadekar said that "the world has reduced annual carbon emissions only by half per cent and a lot needs to be done".
Scholastic India, TERI launch book on environmental issues
January 6, 2020 |
January 6, 2020
Scholastic India in association with TERI launched "Our Environment: Threats, Challenges and Sustainable Solutions", a timely book that focuses on environmental issues that we are faced with today due to years of indiscriminate human activities.