New Delhi: A new technology for recovering landfill gas may reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions from landfills by a great extent.

GANDHINAGAR: Chief Minister Narendra Modi's interest in addressing the climate change issues facing the state appear to be on the wane as Gujarat has failed to meet the four yearly deadline for sub

With the aim to capture and purify the landfill gas being emitted uncontrolled from the Okhla landfill site by use of indigenous technology, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), in associatio

Power Use Contributes 56.38% Of Total Release, Per Capita Emission Bit Lower Than National Average

Pune: The first-ever carbon footprint report for Pune has revealed that the city emitted over 46 lakh metric tonnes of the gas in 2010-2011. The per capita carbon release in the city is around 1.46 metric tonnes, which is slightly lower than the national average of around 1.5 metric tonnes. However, the per capita emission is way below that of several western countries — for instance, the per capita release in the US is around 17.3 metric tonnes.

Energy NGO Teri has revolutionised 500,000 lives through a scheme that uses solar LED lanterns to provide cheap power

TERI University is all set to get an academic chair under the Railway Ministry, after a formal announcement by the Union Minister at the time of presenting the Railway Budget.

Losses due to natural disasters have risen faster than Asia-Pacific’s economy has expanded, says a new report by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

Tamil Nadu is facing an acute power crisis today and this is an opportunity for rural people to turn to solar energy to tide over the crisis, said Dr Rajendra K Pachauri, Director General, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and Chairperson, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

Addressing an award function organised by the Rotary Club of Madras East (R I District 3230) here on Wednesday, he said, “When global warming is a major concern these days, it is important to shift our views on renewable energy resources.”

The need to provide an overlap between individual mobility and public transport becomes imperative in a context where individual mobility leads to greater congestion, lower speed and increased land

At a time when environment clearance procedures are blamed for delaying infrastructure projects, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday said protection of the environment and promoting development need not be a zero-sum game.

He pitched for transparent regulatory regimes so that both could be pursued in tandem. Inaugurating the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS), organised by The Energy and Resources Institute here, Singh said: “What is required is regulatory regimes that are transparent, accountable and subject to oversight and monitoring.”