Samosa: A tasty metaphor for India’s circular bio economy revolution
August 22, 2023
| Ms Mandavi Singh; Ms Trinayana Kaushik
| The Financial Express
When it comes to India, environmental concerns have been deeply ingrained in its culture for centuries. Indian culture has long emphasized the interdependence between humans and nature, recognizing the importance of maintaining a harmonious relationship with the environment says Ms Mandavi Singh, Research Associate and Ms Trinayana Kaushik, Research Associate and Area Convenor, Resource Efficiency and Governance Division, TERI.
Shri Bhupender Yadav says that under India’s G20 Presidency, the concept of ‘Green Growth’ being a priority area validates how sustainable development has been mainstreamed in Indian policy making process through a visionary approach
February 22, 2023 |
February 22, 2023
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Union Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Shri Bhupender Yadav, delivered the keynote address on Visionary Leadership for Mainstreaming Sustainable Development and Climate Resilience at the inaugural session of the World Sustainable Development Summit 2023 held in New Delhi. In his speech, Shri Yadav said that combating Climate Change, Biodiversity loss and land degradation transcends all political boundaries and hence is a shared global challenge.
SPMCIL signs MoU with TERI under CSR initiatives
February 15, 2023 |
February 15, 2023
Press Information Bureau
The Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Limited (SPMCIL) and TERI signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on 14 February 2023 at the SPMCIL Corporate Office. The MoU, with an estimated cost of Rs 525.49 lakh, is for the integrated development of village for Social Development – Model Village - Siroliya, District - Dewas, Madhya Pradesh under CSR initiatives of SPMCIL.
Green Budgeting: The Road to be Taken
January 4, 2023 |
January 4, 2023
Green budgeting is a policy innovation that can be implemented at the national and state levels. TERI, New Delhi, has created a portal on green budgeting to act as a knowledge resource for government officials, research institutions, and civil society. Dr Shailly Kedia, Senior Fellow and Associate Director, TERI, has outlined six pillars of green budgeting: mainstreaming; resource allocation; planning, coordination and innovations; transparency and accountability; evaluation and monitoring; and policy signals.
Why impact investing in social enterprises is the way forward for sustainable businesses
November 25, 2022
| Mr Souvik Bhattacharjya, TERI; Ms Mahima Mall, TERI School of Advanced Studies
Impact investing in the social enterprises sector pursues the dual aims of providing net positive financial returns along with creating socio-economic value for the marginalized, and provides the promise of a future for sustainable businesses.
Personal, passenger and heavy vehicle segments need distinct strategies for energy transition
October 13, 2022
| Mr Saswata Chaudhury, TERI and Mr Arijit Das, India Development Foundation
| Mongabay India
All modes of transportation (maybe other than air) should, given the current scenario, converge to hydrogen-fuelled vehicles in the long-term. Given the resource and technology constraints, as a short to medium-term solution, hybrid CNG cars may be preferred over EVs for the personal vehicle segment, while hydrogen-fuelled vehicles could be adopted for heavy and passenger vehicles (buses).