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Groundwater status in city 'poor': Report

02 Dec 2019
| The Times of India

Prepared by TERI, the report on 'Water quality status of Maharashtra 2018-19' comprises statistical analysis of water quality monitoring data recorded at 294 monitoring stations in the state between April 2018 to March this year.

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Indian states and cities don't have adequate funds to tackle climate crisis

26 Nov 2019
| Hindustan Times

In this interview, Dr Ajay Mathur, Director-General, TERI, speaks on Delhi's air pollution, climate change and the forthcoming Conference of Parties in Spain.

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How to control crackers? Ban sale to individuals: TERI

14 Nov 2019
| The Times of India

TERI has recommended a ban on sale of crackers to individuals. A fixed quota of firecrackers could be given to RWAs to make Diwali a community-level activity, thereby reducing emission of pollutants.

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G20 nations need to amp up emission cut targets: Report

11 Nov 2019
| The New Indian Express

Among the G20 countries, India has the most ambitious NDC. However, it still needs real action now to prepare the different sectors for stringent emission reductions, says Mr R R Rashmi, Distinguished Fellow and Programme Director, TERI

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Dawn of India's Era of Digital Water Systems: Experts Look Towards Artificial Intelligence to Address Scarcity

08 Nov 2019
| News18

The ICDL 2019 conference, organised by TERI, brought together the who's who of the water sector under one roof to set the agenda of digital water, 'not as option, but as an imperative' in the country.

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Digital economy has emerged as the key driver for global economic growth

07 Nov 2019
| United News of India

The theme for the 6th edition of ICDL is "Digital Transformation for an Agile Environment" and the three-day event will focus on digital library and research, and digital transformation for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Manoeuvring Environmental Challenges with Tech-Based Solutions, Policies

23 Oct 2019
| BW Smart Cities

TERI is working to develop and implement technology solutions, emerging from national policies, to address the adverse impact energy use and waste management on the environment, shared Dr Suneel Pandey, Director, Environment and Waste Management Division, TERI, in an interview.

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Enhancing Efficiency in Indian Building

22 Oct 2019
| BW Smartcities

The GRIHA rating system takes a holistic approach toward sustainable action intended to mitigate climate change, a significant aspect of which is: reduction in GHG emissions from the construction and operation of India's building stock, asserted Mr Sanjay Seth, CEO, GRIHA Council, in an interview.

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Reducing waste is key as phase-out won't be easy

13 Oct 2019
| Hindustan Times

According to a TERI and environment ministry fact sheet released in 2018, around 43% of manufactured plastics are used for packaging purpose and most are of single-use.

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Delhi's air quality to hinge on tech to curb paddy burning

05 Oct 2019
| The Tribune

Dr Sumit Sharma, Senior Fellow and Director, TERI says that air quality in Delhi is slowly starting to deteriorate now after remaining within or close to the prescribed limits during the monsoon season.

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India's Pledge To Restore 26 Mn Hectare Degraded Land Could Fuel Land Conflicts

05 Oct 2019
| India Spend

Involvement of private players is ideal only outside forest areas and in agroforestry, opined Dr Pia Sethi, Senior Fellow, TERI.

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Taj Mahal Trick Helps India Cool Buildings Smartly

25 Sep 2019
| BloombergNET

The Center-of-Excellence for Sustainable Habitats, set up by Mahindra Lifespace Developers Ltd. and TERI, aims to recommend building materials and technologies that are energy-efficient. It has looked at the thermal conductivity of bricks and found that red bricks are not the best option for construction in India.

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