Opinion

For climate finance, create a level playing field

15 Sep 2021 |
Mr Manjeev Singh Puri
| Ms Sharmila Chavaly, Adviser, National Institute for Smart Government
,
| Mr Manish Chourasia, Managing Director, Tata Cleantech Capital Ltd.
| Hindustan Times

John Kerry must back enhanced access to financial markets for developing countries, stepped-up grants, and multilateral financing, write Mr Manjeev Singh Puri, Distinguished Fellow, Earth Science and Climate Change Division, TERI, Ms Sharmila Chavaly, Adviser, National Institute for Smart Government and Mr Manish Chourasia, Managing Director, Tata Cleantech Capital Ltd.

Building a climate-resilient public health system

09 Sep 2021 |
Ms Meena Sehgal
| ET HealthWorld

To successfully tide over the crisis such as the Covid-19 situation, or the extreme weather related challenges of flooding and high temperatures, we need to envision and build a climate resilient public health system, writes Dr Meena Sehgal, Senior Fellow, Environment & Waste Management Division, TERI.

The costs of a net zero emission target

04 Sep 2021 |
Mr Manjeev Singh Puri
| Hindustan Times

Consider the political risk of accelerated decarbonisation.It will require additional investment, which will be diverted from other productive investments, write Mr Manjeev Singh Puri, Distinguished Fellow, Earth Science and Climate Change Division and Dr Garima Vats, Associate Fellow, Integrated Assessments & Modelling Division, TERI.

Why it is the time for India to choose the right energy pathways

27 Aug 2021 |
Mr Ajay Shankar
| ET Energyworld

While a sense of satisfaction with the ongoing trajectory of the energy sector would be natural globally a disruptive transition away from fossil fuels is beginning to take place, writes Mr Ajay Shankar, Distinguished Fellow, Director-General's Office, TERI.

Distributed renewable energy is vital for India’s clean energy transition

26 Aug 2021 |
Dr Debajit Palit
| Moneycontrol

The mini-grids, interconnected with individual DRE systems at prosumers' homes, and further connected with the main grid to take and feed electricity, along with decentralised management, is the future, writes Dr Debajit Palit, Director, Rural Energy and Livelihoods Division, TERI.

Decarbonizing Transport: Enabling A Shift To Railways Is Essential For Meeting Climate Goals

17 Aug 2021 |
Mr Promit Mookherjee
| Business World

Freight movement by road is around five times more carbon-intensive than rail. As a result, annual carbon emissions from freight transport are estimated to have increased four-fold since 2005, writes Mr Promit Mookherjee, Research Associate, Transport & Urban Governance Division, TERI

Net-Zero Emissions | We need diverse strategies to decarbonise India’s transport sector

16 Aug 2021 |
Mr Promit Mookherjee
| Money Control

Decarbonisation of the transport sector by mid-century will require a holistic and integrated approach, writes Mr Promit Mookherjee, Research Associate, Transport & Urban Governance Division, TERI.

Transition to electric cooking in India

05 Aug 2021 |
Dr Debajit Palit
| ET Energyworld

Despite the significant benefits of electric stoves and the impetus by the government, its widespread penetration and adoption is still limited, writes Dr Debajit Palit, Senior Fellow and Director, Rural Energy and Livelihoods Division, TERI

Clean energy boost will not impact economy

03 Aug 2021 |
Dr Ritu Mathur
| Mr Nitin Prasad, Country Chairman, Shell Companies in India
| The Hindu Business Line

India can develop a robust economy and deliver a just energy transition, write Mr Nitin Prasad, Country Chairman, Shell Companies in India and Dr Ritu Mathur, Director and Senior Fellow, Integrated Assessments & Modelling Division, TERI.

Preventing a parched Capital - insights on Water from Delhi’s Draft Master Plan 2041

26 Jul 2021 |
Ms Niyati Seth
| Ms Apoorva Bamal
| BW Smartcities

There is an urgent need for a revised and progressively rational plan to sustain the increasing water demand in the city, write Ms Niyati Seth, Research Associate, Water Resources Division and Ms Apoorva Bamal, Project Associate, Project Management Unit.