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Five Key takeaways from ETAuto Tech Summit 2023

26 Jun 2023
| ET Auto

According to Mr I V Rao, Distinguished Fellow, TERI, explained how Industry looks at ready-to-adopt solutions and that the gap can be filled by startups which need support from incubation centres.

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TERI has Built its Footprint Around the World Including its Impact on Climate Change," highlights R Mukundan as the institution enters its 50th year of institution

26 Jun 2023
| Business Standard

At a time when the world was still debating the life altering effects of climate change, TERI is spearheading policy, advocacy, and technological innovation regionally, nationally, and internationally.

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India-US climate partnership holds promise for clean energy transition and global collaboration: Experts

23 Jun 2023
| ET Energyworld

The statements of Modi and Biden focus on promoting technological collaborations to facilitate a faster and cleaner faster transition. So the bottom line or the hidden message there is that the other countries that are falling behind should do more. In fact, Modi did say the developed countries have caused damage to the environment. So, in a way, he was referring to the fact that the developed countries and the people in those countries should adopt policies to bring down their consumption

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China in grip of heatwave, Beijing temperature hits record high for mid-June

16 Jun 2023
| WION News

India is experiencing the impact of climate change. Due to its geographic diversity and large population exposure to climatic stressors, India is susceptible to all types of natural and climatic hazards. According to projections of climate change for India, more intense climatic conditions with significant variability are anticipated says Mr Prasoon Singh, Fellow, The Energy Resource Institute (TERI).

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Bonn climate talks close with disappointment

16 Jun 2023
| Lokmat Times

Bonn climate talks this year have exposed the real fault lines in the climate change negotiations. Climate finance is an issue that the developed countries do not want to face. They think that they have done enough by agreeing notionally to the loss and damage fund. Instead, they want to focus on a mitigation work programme which does not bode well for the future of global stocktake says Mr R R Rashmi, Distinguished Fellow, TERI.

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Plastic bans created awareness but stricter enforcement needed

07 Jun 2023
| The Times of India

While most large businesses have shifted to non-SUP alternatives the problem persists with smaller vendors who find them costly compared with plastic, intense awareness drives, stricter monitoring and an incentive system will help the smaller vendors give up SUPs says Mr Suneel Pandey, Director of the Environment and Waste Management Division at The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).

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TERI Report Reveals Simulator Technology as a Game-Changer for India’s Military, Slashing GHG Emissions and Enhancing Training Efficiency

06 Jun 2023
| Climate Samurai

Simulators offer cost-effective and sustainable solution to training challenges in the defense sector, says TERI study. The report titled 'Supporting Armed Forces Efforts Towards Sustainability: Application of Simulators in Military Training' by TERI highlights the potential of simulator technology to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in India’s military while improving training efficiency. Simulators can minimize the consumption of ammunition and fuel, leading to a more sustainable

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India feels the heat: What happens if the current heatwave trend continues?

05 Jun 2023
| Wion

India is experiencing the impact of climate change. Due to its geographic diversity and large population exposure to climatic stressors, India is susceptible to all types of natural and climatic hazards. According to projections of climate change for India, more intense climatic conditions with significant variability are anticipated, said Mr Prasoon Singh, Fellow and Area Convenor, Climate Change Division, The Energy Resource Institute (TERI).

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Puducherry Sets a Green Milestone on 50th World Environment Day

05 Jun 2023
| Outlook

Puducherry became the first Union Territory to adopt green budgeting in the budget session in 2023. The report published by the Finance and Environment Departments, Government of Puducherry with research support from The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) was launched at the World Environment Day public event presided by Mr N Rangaswamy, Chief Minister of Puducherry. Statement 12 and Statement 13 of the Union Budget are on Child Budgeting and Green Budgeting respectively. Green Budgeting

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ET Boardroom Dialogues 2023: What to expect at the two-day summit driving leadership action for a sustainable future

02 Jun 2023
| The Economic Times

The ET Boardroom Dialogues 2023, in partnership with Diageo India, will define the roadmap for accelerating the adoption of sustainable water solutions and leading the transition to a carbon-neutral future. With the theme of ‘Water and carbon actions for a sustainable future,’ the summit will bring together top industry leaders and decision-makers to drive leadership actions for a better tomorrow. The summit, which will be streamed on ET Digital on June 5-6 2023, from 11:30 am, will bring

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PROMISE Sustainability Awards Conferred

31 May 2023
| Outlook India

The key focus of the conference was sharing of best practices in tackling marine litter across countries of the Maldives, Sri Lanka and India. In the first panel discussion on EPR framework for tackling marine litter which highlighted the EPR framework for plastics and its implementation aspects especially with regard to the MSME sector. The panel was moderated by Dr Suneel Pandey, Director, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and joined by other eminent experts of waste management

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Gasping for breath: What is India doing about its air pollution crisis?

30 May 2023
| WION

India has implemented a variety of regulations aimed at various sources of air pollution, ranging from industry to road traffic. Despite this, its air quality has steadily deteriorated, to the degree of today's public health catastrophe.  The difficulty in achieving a lasting impact from these initiatives is multi-faceted said Mr Suresh Ramasubramanya Iyer, Senior Fellow and Area Convenor, Centre for Environmental Studies, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).

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