13 Jan 2020
New Delhi, January 13, 2020: Resource efficiency, waste management and decarbonisation of the economy need to be the key drivers of India's green strategy because this is now the only viable path, capable of creating growth, new enterprises and a cleaner environment. As the government prepares to roll out the Union Budget on February 1, 2020, TERI suggests key allocations and policy signals that will take India ahead on this path.
17 Dec 2019
Focusing on 'Integrated Approach to Sustainability', the 11th GRIHA Summit deliberates on challenges of urbanization, energy, waste and water.
New Delhi, December 17: Highlighting that nearly 65% of India's population is rural, Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways and MSMEs, said that creating employment for the rural, agriculture and tribal sector is a high priority for the government. This requires knowledge, technology and innovation that can drive sustainable development in India, he added.
16 Dec 2019
In the run-up to the 11th GRIHA Summit, a bamboo cottage titled Venu Kutir will be on display at the India Habitat Centre till December 22
Changing process of bio-diesel production would help reduce emission of dangerous nanoparticles: TERI
03 Dec 2019
Airborne nanoparticles from diesel vehicles are even more harmful to human health than PM2.5 and PM10. TERI has suggested modifications to India's bio-diesel policy to reduce nanoparticle emissions
New Delhi, December 3: Changing the process of producing bio-diesel could help reduce tailpipe emissions of nanoparticles, contributing to improving air quality, according to a collaborative study by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), the Finnish Meteorological Institute, and Tampere University, Finland.
Nanobiotechnology research should lead to products and technologies: Dr Suchita Ninawe at Third International Conference on Nanobiotechnology for Agriculture
21 Nov 2019
New Delhi, Nov 21: The TERI-Deakin Nanobiotechnology Centre (TDNBC) and the Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India, organised the Third International Conference on 'Nanobiotechnology for Agriculture: Translational Research for Future Food and Agriculture Technologies' today. The two-day conference is being held as part of Global Bio-India Summit 2019 in Aerocity, New Delhi.
सर्दियों में बढ़ने वाले पीएम 2.5 के स्तर को 46% तक कम किया जाना संभव, प्रदूषण के पीक और नॉन -पीक स्त्रोतों को कम करना होगा:टेरी
13 Nov 2019
नई दिल्ली नवंबर 13, 2019: हर साल सर्दियों के दौरान बिगड़ती वायु प्रदूषण की समस्या को हल करने के लिए द एनर्जी एंड रिसोर्सेज इंस्टिट्यूट (TERI) ने एक रणनीतिक योजना तैयार की है । द नेचुरल रिसोर्सेज डिफेंस कॉउंसिल(NRDC ) के सह-आयोजन में हुए सस्टेनेबल डायलॉग ऑन एयर पॉल्यूशन पर बोलते हुए टेरी के महानिदेशक डॉ अजय माथुर ने कहा, "दिल्ली में वायु प्रदूषण की समस्या का हल निकाला जा सकता है । इसके लिए टेक्नोलॉजी भी है और उसकी लागत के समाधान भी। दिल्ली की वायु गुणवत्ता में सुधार के लिए पीक और नॉन-पीक प्रदूषण स्रोतों पर ध्यान दिया जाना आवश्यक है और टेरी वायु प्रदूषण स्त्रोतों के इन निश्चित
Possible to reduce Delhi PM 2.5 winter level by 46%, tackle both peak and non-peak pollution sources: TERI
13 Nov 2019
New Delhi: November 13, 2019: The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) has prepared a strategic plan for solving Delhi's air pollution crisis which worsens during winters every year.
07 Nov 2019
New Delhi, November 07, 2019: The International Conference on Digital Landscape (ICDL), the flagship event organized The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) every three years, is being held at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, from November 6-8, 2019. 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).
03 Nov 2019
New Delhi, November 03, 2019: Air pollutant levels in Delhi have been increasing steadily in the last 15 days and have increased alarmingly during the last few days. According to The Energy & Resources Institute (TERI), this sharp increase in air pollution levels in Delhi is mainly attributed to agricultural burning activities in neighbouring states, apart from adverse meteorological conditions.
18 Sep 2019
India has committed to restore 26 million hectares by 2030. Nearly, one third of the country’s area i.e. 96.4 million hectares is currently under land degradation. India has several sectoral policies in place; however, land degradation is a national issue affecting all ecosystems and land uses. Therefore, we urgently require a land use policy that integrates various sectors, ministries, departments and ecosystems (including forests, wetlands, croplands and grasslands) and to have a common vision for restoring land in India.