Articles

Can the technology behind Bitcoin aid transition to renewable energy?

18 May 2018 | Mr G Gurprasad

In the transition to renewable energy, blockchain technology can enable decentralised energy distribution, monitoring and trading

GOBAR-DHAN - Re-emphasizing India's traditional practices

10 May 2018 | Mr Kaushik Chandrasekhar

Biogas is an easy solution to wet waste, but a sustainable model requires govt subsidy support

Solar rooftops: A Delhi neighbourhood takes the leap

08 May 2018 | Mr Shirish S Garud

Initiative: A 100 KW rooftop solar plant inaugurated in Dwarka, New Delhi as part of Solar City initiative by GIZ, BRPL, and TERI

How they won an all-expenses paid internship to New Zealand

30 Apr 2018 | Ms Aastha Manocha

From energy-saving software to coloured beads that ensure children do not miss out on their vaccinations, this competition had it all

Action for change - Creating environmental awareness

30 Apr 2018 | Ms Livleen K Kahlon

A reorientation towards Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is essential for the next generation

Fighting Plastics: Is ban the way ahead?

20 Apr 2018 | Mr Kaushik Chandrasekhar

Capacity of the local governments to impose a ban ensuring the necessary monitoring mechanism remains a challenge

Energy efficiency and renewables' share up, so is air pollution and untreated waste

12 Apr 2018 | Ms Aastha Manocha

Latest data in energy and environment paints a favourable picture of the status of renewable energy in India, energy supply and demand

Clean cooking challenges in rural India

09 Apr 2018 | Amit Kumar

Complete penetration of clean cooking fuel and cookstoves in rural India requires a multi-pronged approach

Exploring linkages between health and climate change

06 Apr 2018 | Ms Meena Sehgal

With the direct and indirect impacts on health becoming equally challenging, what are some of the solutions we have

Comprehensive efforts are needed to achieve full impact of BS-VI fuel

02 Apr 2018 | Mr Sumit Sharma

Despite being a welcome step, the introduction of Bharat Stage VI (BS-VI) grade fuel in Delhi, earlier than the April 2020 deadline, will have only marginal impact on vehicular emission and air quality in the city.