Discussion Paper

Emerging role of bike (motorcycle) taxis in urban mobility

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Discussion Paper

Mineral auctions in India: Winner's curse or owner's pride?

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Article

Food safety during Coronavirus: How to clean fruits and vegetables at home

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Publications

TERI statement on COVID 19 crisis

Article
| March 31, 2020

Statement by Dr Ajay Mathur, Director General, TERI on the COVID 19 pandemic and the challenges beyond it

Jewar International Airport: Suggestions for rehabilitation and resettlement of the project-affected families

Article
| March 30, 2020

The work of the first phase of the Noida international airport has commenced in January 2020 after the Gautam Budh Nagar district administration obtained possession of 1239 hectares of land acquired under The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act (RFCTLARR), 2013 from six villages in Jewar tehsil - Rohi, Dayanatpur, Kishorpur, Parohi, Ranhera and Banwari Bas.

GIZ-TERI to help Panjim reduce GHG emissions through municipal waste management

Article
| March 26, 2020

Starting May 2020, GIZ-TERI Team will audit all 125 housing societies within the city limits to assess the implementation of the Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016, the Plastic Waste Management Rules, 2016, and the Construction & Demolition Waste Management Rules, 2016.

Fostering a Sustainable Urban Future

Policy brief
| March 25, 2020

Carbon footprint of urban public transport systems in Indian cities

Research Paper
| March 23, 2020

Investment in public transport is unarguably one of the most critical measures to be adopted by the Indian city authorities to tackle the issue of rising private vehicles, congestion and pollution. A large number of Indian cities are in the process of planning/implementing public transport projects, mainly – city bus system, bus rapid transit system (BRTS) and metro rail transit system (MRTS). Decisions related to the development of a particular type of public transport system are primarily based on technical and financial criteria.

Managing India's clean energy waste: A roadmap for the solar and storage industry

Article
| March 18, 2020

With the increasing penetration of distributed renewable energy sources such as solar PV and energy storage into the Indian electricity sector, it is necessary to prepare for managing the waste generated from these technologies. The reduce, reuse, and recover approach offers multiple socio-economic benefits besides being environmentally benign.

Jewar international airport: Gender impacts of impending displacement

Article
| March 13, 2020

TERI undertook a study to comprehend the perception of women to the prospective displacement and relocation to a new site following the acquisition of land for the proposed international airport.

Nano biofertilisers can be a 'disruptive technology' in Indian agriculture

Article
| March 11, 2020

There are no dangers of fertiliser runoffs that contaminate natural water bodies and adversely impact human health and environment. Also, miniscule amounts of nano fertilisers give maximum impact, making these a much better an option than the chemical ones.

Reducing the carton footprint

Article
| March 6, 2020

Market demand and Extended Producer Responsibility can help boost the recycling rates of used beverage cartons in India.