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Economic Cost of Cyclones: How Can India Minimize the Mounting Losses of Tauktae, Amphan?

05 Jun 2021
| News18

In a recent interview Mr Saurabh Bhardwaj, Fellow and Area Convener, at Centre for Climate Modelling, TERI, explained the increasing erraticism of cyclone systems and ways to mitigate the impact of cyclones, thereby reducing economic losses.

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Decline in water availability due to increase in human, cattle population: Prakash Javadekar

04 Jun 2021
| The Times of India

In his keynote address at the curtain raiser event of TERI's World Sustainable Development Summit (WSDS) 2022 and discussion on sustainable, equitable and resilient water use, Union environment minister Mr Prakash Javadekar said that new technologies must be used to ensure zero wastage of water.

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E-waste: A Growing Problem

30 May 2021
| Business Today

According to Dr Suneel Pandey, Director, Environment & Waste Management division, TERI, even as legislation and rules have come a long way and evolved over time, bringing smaller players under the extended producer responsibility (EPR) net is a challenge and that is where the government needs to work on an incentive mechanism.

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Access is life

28 May 2021
| Environment of India

In an interview , Dr Debajit Palit, Director, Rural Energy and Livelihoods, TERI, explains one of India's great success stories, of almost universal electrification of households, as well as how far we have to go.

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Climate change forces Uttarakhand farmers to migrate

17 May 2021
| The Third Pole

According to recent study by the Germany-based Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and TERI, populations of some higher-altitude districts in Uttarakhand have already dropped.

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Water sustainability awards: A TERI-IWA initiative to celebrate efforts towards achievement of SDG on clean water and sanitation

06 May 2021
| India Education Diary

The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) in partnership with International Water Association (IWA) has announced Water Sustainability Awards aiming to celebrate efforts towards water conservation.

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Mapping future hotspots of carbon dioxide emissions from mangrove loss

28 Apr 2021
| Mongabay

"Severe data limitations" need to be addressed if the role of blue carbon in meeting the targets of the Paris Agreement has to be robustly demonstrated, according to a recent policy brief on "Scope and Potential of Coastal Ecosystem Towards Mitigating Climate Change" authored by TERI.

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Rising temperature detrimental to India's manufacturing output: Study

27 Mar 2021
| Gaon Connection

A recent study has stated that the hill districts of Uttarakhand are at a greater risk from rising temperatures which is expected to result in forced migration of the local people. The study, conducted by Germany-based Potsdam Institute for Climate Research (PIK) and India's TERI, focuses on how climate change impacts, such as rising temperatures, increasing glacial melt, and changing rainfall patterns, could affect livelihoods and thereby shape migration patterns in the hill state.

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चिंताजनक रिपोर्ट: 1.9 डिग्री तक बढ़ जायेगा उत्तराखंड का तापमान, भारी बारिश लाएगी चमोली जैसी अनेकों आपदाएं

26 Mar 2021
| अमर उजाला

जर्मनी की पोस्टडैम इंस्टीट्यूट फॉर क्लाइमेट रिसर्च (PIK) और देश द एनर्जी एंड रिसोर्सेज इंस्टीट्यूट (TERI) के एक संयुक्त शोध में यह बात सामने आई है कि ग्लोबल वार्मिंग के तमाम कारकों के कारण उत्तराखंड के तापमान में 1.6 डिग्री से 1.9 डिग्री तक की बढ़ोतरी हो सकती है।

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Climate Justice calls for compassion for the world's poorest: PM Modi

11 Feb 2021
| Business Standard

Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi, during the inaugural session of World Sustainability Development Summit (WSDS) organized by TERI, said that developing countries should get enough space to grow in order to fight climate change.

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