State-of-the-art TERI-Deakin 'Nanobiotechnology Research Centre' inaugurated to tackle agricultural, biomedical and sustainability issues
23 Feb 2012
Hon'ble Louise Asher, MP and Minister for Innovation, Services & Small business, Minister for Tourism and Major Events, Australia along with Professor Jane den Hollander, Vice Chancellor, Deakin University and Dr RK Pachauri, Director General TERI today inaugurated the State-of-the-art TERI-Deakin ‘Nanobiotechnology Research Centre’, a new research lab facility set up to provide solutions towards a greener and more advanced use of nanotechnology for resolving challenging agricultural, biomedical and sustainability issues.
TERI in association with IDDRI and AFD releases at the DSDS 2012 'DEVELOPMENT, THE ENVIRONMENT AND FOOD: TOWARDS AGRICULTURAL CHANGE?' - A BOOK exploring the twin issues of agriculture and food security and their relationship with society
07 Feb 2012
New Delhi, February 7, 2012: On the sidelines of the 12th Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS 2012), Day 2, the French Development Agency (AFD), The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) released a book titled, Development, the Environment and Food: Towards Agricultural Change? The book is a part of the series, A Planet for Life, an annual publication on sustainable development prepared under the scientific leadership of leading figures in this field.
Global thought leaders and policy makers pledge to protect the global commons and adopt sustainable methods at TERI DSDS 2012
04 Feb 2012
Global leaders and policy makers from across 29 countries pledged to protect the global commons and adopt sustainable methods on the final (3rd) day of TERI DSDS 2012.
Minister for Environment & Forests Ms Jayanthi Natarajan calls for a people movement to contribute to the environment & the global commons at TERI's DSDS 2012
03 Feb 2012
Ms Jayanthi Natarajan, Hon'ble Minister of State for Environment and Forests, Govt. of India, was the keynote speaker on the second day of the 12th Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS) 2012 organised by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).
Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh inaugurates TERI's Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS) 2012 on 'Protecting the Global Commons: 20 years post Rio'
02 Feb 2012
The Hon'ble Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh, inaugurated the 12th Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS) 2012 organised by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) today at the Taj Palace Hotel.
01 Feb 2012
With the growing need for developing alternative methods through specialised education to create a sustainable living, TERI University graduates today at their convocation ceremony, dedicated themselves to the importance of environmental protection and the need to maintain equity, ecological security, and the wealth of global natural resources.
01 Feb 2012
DELHI, India – Fifty of the most influential women in business, media and civil society came together today to increase the participation and leadership of women in India and key countries of South Asia in the design and implementation of the “post-carbon” economy. Earth Day Network (EDN), in partnership with The Energy Resources Institute (TERI), hosted the day-long forum in Delhi, India, as part of their Women
01 Feb 2012
The World CEO Forum in its new avatar ‘World CEO Sustainability Summit’ (WCSS) discussed and debated sustainable ways of doing business and avenues of growth. Under the overarching theme ‘Doing Business-While Protecting the Global Commons,’ top CEOs and business leaders discussed targeted business and sustainability issues in the run-up to Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2012. The World CEO Sustainability Summit was organised by TERI-Business Council for Sustainable development (BCSD) in association with the WBCSD (World Business Council for Sustainable Development), Geneva.
TERI in association with Électricité de France organises workshop on "Large Scale Deployment of Smart Grid: Opportunities and Strategies"
31 Jan 2012
One of the major challenges faced by emerging economies, like India, is depleting conventional energy resources and enhancing energy access. Distributed generation together with application of smart grid solutions could help in addressing some of these challenges. Smart Grid not only manages the generation sources for optimum utilization but also allows consumers to participate in energy usage decisions by adopting latest digital technologies.
31 Jan 2012
The world today is grappling with serious issues of Climate Change with far-reaching consequences for our forthcoming generations. Until now, much emphasis has been laid on understanding atmospheric and scientific changes resulting from climate change. However, the role of youth, their perspective, solutions for change and social implications of Climate Change has gained attention.