Discussion Paper

Challenges and opportunities - plastic waste management In India With MOEFCC and UNEP, TERI releases discussion paper on the state of plastic waste management in India.

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Policy Brief

Understanding vulnerabilities using a hotspot approach Study shows higher temperature increase in India's mountains affects agriculture, water resources and the millions of people living in the mountains and its foothills

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Article

Consumer is king in ensuring resource efficiency in India A panel discussion on Enabling Ecosystem for Sustainable Choices and Consumer Engagement

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Publications

Exploration and Mining in India: Time for a deeper look

Policy brief
| September 9, 2019

Exploration needs to be strongly incentivised using the private sector's risk taking ability if we are to find all the minerals we need for our development

A Study on the Evolution of the Regulatory Framework on CSR Linking to Various Amendments in the Campanies ACT 2013

Research Paper
| August 30, 2019

The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has gained increased significance in recent years. The growing focus on CSR has changed the attitude of businesses all over the world, and India is not an exception. The concept of CSR is n speaking, social responsibility of companies is a well-established phenomenon in India, and the country has one of the world's richest traditions of CSR. In its oldest forms, CSR in India included the concept of corporate philanthropy and the Gandhian Trusteeship model (Ghosh S, 1989).

​Electrochemical sulfur production from treating petroleum produced water.

Research Paper
| August 27, 2019

An electrochemical cell was used to remove sulfides from synthetic petroleum produced water (PPW). The cell was run for over 2 months in continuous mode. Sulfides were converted to sulfur at anode with an average conversion rate of 65%. Due to the use of a cation exchange membrane to separate cathodic and anodic chambers, along with sulfide removal conductivity and TDS reduction also took place. Conductivity and TDS reduced by 49.27% and 44.79% respectively on anode and was followed by caustic generation at cathode.

Right to livelihood and social impact assessment in land acquisition

Article
| August 27, 2019

Land is often linked to people's livelihood and gauging the extent of a community's willingness to part with it is important before acquiring it

Microbes script a success story in treating pharmaceutical waste

Article
| August 26, 2019

TERI's Oilzapper technology uses naturally occurring microorganisms to transform hydrocarbon contaminants in soil to non-toxic compounds

Resource efficiency for a sustainable e-vehicle sector

Article
| August 16, 2019

The latest blog in our ongoing series explores material use and resource efficiency potential in India's e-vehicle sector

Full value chain solar PV manufacturing in India - TERI's recommendations

Policy brief
| August 13, 2019

The paper recommends development of 15 GW full value chain solar manufacturing capacity in India by 2024

Liveability of Indian cities: Turning urban legend into reality

Article
| August 9, 2019

'Liveability' of late is an inherent part of planning.

Solid waste pollution in the South Asian Seas (SAS)

Article
| August 9, 2019

Marine litter is a major issue in the coastal areas of South Asian countries.

Here is how marine pollution is challenging environment and economy of South Asian Seas region

Article
| August 9, 2019

Coastal populations of countries in South Asian Seas region are constantly expanding, leading to further degradation of its marine environment.