Heatwaves: A vicious climate change circle

13 May 2022
| Forbes India

Ms Suruchi Bhadwal, Director, Earth Science and Climate Change Division, TERI explains that it may take decades to undergo the transition because, the current infrastructure is also structured in terms of the use of the traditional fuels that are being used.

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India's Transition to an equitable Net Zero Economy

12 May 2022
| ET Edge Insights

Dr Vibha Dhawan, Director General, TERI explores the future of energy and carbon markets in India as she shares analysis, and delves into key insights representing the current scenario, future implications and possible outcomes for the evolving energy market in India.

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The extraordinary heat wave in India and Pakistan, explained

11 May 2022
| Vox

South Asia's heat wave is unusual because it’s happening much earlier in the season than normal, before summer weather typically sets in, so it caught people off guard. Ordinarily, there is a slow increase of temperatures in the summers; when the temperatures started rising and stayed consistently high, it was not predicted, observed Ms Suruchi Bhadwal, Director, Earth Science and Climate Change Division, TERI.

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Floating solar: A small but vital role for India's sunrise sector

11 May 2022
| The Third Pole

India's reservoirs cover 18,000 square kilometres with the potential to support 280 GW of floating solar, according to a report by TERI.

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India's early heat wave has major implications for agriculture

10 May 2022
| PBS News Hour

No country is spared from the ill effects of the consequences of climate change, whether it's floods, or cyclones, or tornadoes, or storm surges or heat waves, observes Ms Suruchi Bhadwal, Director, Earth Science and Climate Change Division, TERI.

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Global Warning: Extreme weather conditions are sweeping large parts of the world

08 May 2022
| Financial Express

Due to intensification of climate change, the traditional global circulation pattern, such as the jet stream in the northern hemisphere, is expected across the planet, leading to more frequent and intense extreme climate events, according to says Mr Santosh Kumar Muriki, Associate Fellow, Earth Science and Climate Change Division, TERI.

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Air is bad outside? You might not know that it’s probably bad inside as well.

05 May 2022
| Science The Wire

Regulating indoor air quality is "very important" but developing a framework will be challenging, Mr R Suresh, Senior Fellow and area convenor of the Centre for Environment Studies in TERI, said.

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Bengaluru behind Delhi in EV adoption, finds study

04 May 2022
| Deccan Herald

Researchers from TERI selected two big cities - New Delhi and Bengaluru - and two smaller ones - Guwahati and Panaji - to understand the factors that influence EV adoption and deployment at the city level.

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Why reducing size of Delhi’s garbage mountains is easier said than done

04 May 2022
| The Indian Express

While remediating landfills, waste processing infrastructure needs to be strengthened so that no organic waste reaches the landfill site, said Dr Suneel Pandey, Director of the Environment and Waste Management Division, TERI.

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