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Goa's demand for power will double in next 15 years: Teri

19 Nov 2021
| ET Energyworld

TERI has said that the power demand in Goa has increased steadily over the past six years, and is expected to double over the next decade and a half.

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TERI identifies strategies for 24x7 power supply in Goa

18 Nov 2021
| Herald Goa

TERI has conducted a study that has identified strategies to ensure 24x7 reliable power supply to the people of Goa.

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Solar power could emerge as a dependable energy alternative for Uttarakhand

18 Nov 2021
| Mongabay India

"Solar has huge potential in Uttarakhand for power generation and heating purposes because of the abundant sunshine received and optimum ambient temperature," said Mr Debajit Palit, Director, Rural Energy and Livelihoods Division, TERI.

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Energy needs of Uttarakhand can be met by solar energy

18 Nov 2021
| Mongabay

According to Mr Debajit Palit, Director, Rural Energy and Livelihoods division, TERI, there is huge potential for power generation in the state due to abundant sunlight and favorable temperatures.

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Why November has brought back Delhi pollution with a vengeance after ‘cleaner’ October

11 Nov 2021
| The Print

Dr Suneel Pandey, Director, Environment & Waste Management Division, TERI, said the problem of stubble burning can also be attributed to a lack of coordination between the states who are suffering the most.

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Finance loss and damage to address displacement: Climate activists

11 Nov 2021
| The Business Standard

There may be a lot of debate on why people are migrating, but looking at the underlying issues, it seems most people leave Bangladesh due to environmental factors such as water scarcity, flood-related events, water-logging, and climate-induced displacement, said Ms Suruchi Bhadwal, Director, Earth Science and Climate Change Division, TERI.

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Hope COP26 will make efforts on adaptation finance

11 Nov 2021
| Hindustan Times

In an interview with the newspaper, Mr Manjeev Singh Puri, Distinguished Fellow, TERI spoke about his assessment of the chances of a result and his own expectations from the climate conference.

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Why biomass burning needs to be taken head on

11 Nov 2021
| ET Healthworld

According to a TERI study conducted in 2016, 1.2 lakh households in Delhi-NCR used biomass for cooking. The authorities should ensure an adequate supply of cleaner fuels to reduce the use of biomass for cooking, said Dr Anju Goel, Fellow, Earth Science and Climate Change Division, TERI.

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MoEFCC Secretary launches COP26 Charter of Actions prepared by TERI in Glasgow

08 Nov 2021
| Business Standard

The charter underlines that "cumulative CO2 emissions of countries since 1850 should be guiding climate mitigation action".

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Pollution: Delhi Cabinet Approves Pact For Real-time Source Apportionment Project

06 Oct 2021
| Republicworld.com

A team of experts from IIT-Kanpur, IIT-Delhi, TERI, and IISER Mohali will execute the study. The DPCC is the nodal agency for finalising and implementing its terms of reference.

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75% of adolescents in East Delhi feel breathlessness, finds study

20 Sep 2021
| The Times of India

According to TERI report, titled "PM2.5 in ecologically different districts in India:characteristics and health effects," around 75% of adolescents aged between 14 and 17 years in east Delhi complained of breathlessness.

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Gujarat Forest dept to monetise carbon dioxide sequestered in agroforestry plantations

16 Sep 2021
| Indian Express

With an aim to supplement income of farmers who are into agroforestry, Gujarat Forest department is all set to launch a pilot project to assess the amount of carbon dioxide sequestered in around 85 lakh trees in agroforestry plantations in five districts and monitise it by selling it to industries in form of carbon credits and help the latter offset their greenhouse gas emissions. The forest department will implement the project in collaboration with the farmers, TERI and VNV Advisory.

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