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DSDS 2013 to influence global discourse on environment
Nov 15, 2012 Global think tank The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) is currently accepting registrations for its annual global conference, the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS), that conducts deliberations on issues of global sustainable development.
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DSDS 2013 can show a sustainable way to the world: TERI DG RK Pachauri
Oct 23, 2012 TERI, one of India’s top research organisations, is holding its flagship global conference, the DSDS in January 2013. TERI Director-General Dr RK Pachauri talks to OneWorld South Asia about his expectations from the summit.
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Cities for people, making them resilient
Jan 29, 2013 With 42 per cent of Asia's population settling in the cities, making cities resilient and safe is a big and important task in itself. TERI and Rockefeller Foundation are spearheading work in this area in Asia by trying to make cities resistant to the damaging impacts of climate change.
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Promoting social entrepreneurship for a greener planet
Jan 29, 2013 Social entrepreneurship is being touted as an effective tool for engaging youth, to create a greener planet and a more just society.
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Efficient Use of Water Resources
Jan 30, 2013 Ahead of the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS) 2013, which is going to be held on January 31 this year, Anshuman, Associate Director of Water Resources Division, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) speaks about water management.
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Building a disaster resilient Asia
Jan 31, 2013 The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has come up with two reports which deal with green growth and disaster resilience for the Asian region. The reports were launched at the ongoing Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS 2013).
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The changing face of climate change
Feb 01, 2013 Dr Larry Brilliant of Skoll Global Threats Fund and Professor Jeffrey Sachs, Director of Earth Institute, got together to talk about the regional effects of climate change and the need for a new paradigm to combat climate change.
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GenNext: The future of sustainable change
Feb 02, 2013 The 13th Delhi Sustainable Development Summit, on its second day, not only looked at various aspects of climate change but also awarded efforts carried out by young students for a better tomorrow.
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Equip youth to fight climate extremes: experts
Feb 02, 2013 Young people should be equipped with knowledge to enable them to find solutions to the problems confronting today’s world, said panelists at the 13th Delhi Sustainability Development Summit in New Delhi.
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‘Untried technologies may hamper poverty eradication in developing countries’
Jan 04, 2013 Distinguished Fellow, TERI, Dr Prodipto Ghosh is a Member of the Prime Minister's Council on Climate Change; Member of the National Expert Committee on Climate Change, and Scientific Consultant in the Office of the Principal Scientific Adviser to the Govt. of India. In an interview to OneWorld South Asia, he says that the benefits of reducing green house gas emissions will actually free India from external dependence on energy sources.
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Beyond the tipping point, climate change consequences will be difficult: UK professor
Feb 12, 2013 Prof Godfrey Boyle is Professor Emeritus at The Open University, UK, and a visiting professor at The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) University in New Delhi. He has been keeping an eye on the weather for the last many decades. Now, he predicts that the world is headed for disaster, very fast, but still does not commit on how far, or close, is the planet’s tipping point.
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Making India's roads low carbon and sustainable
Feb 02, 2013 The 'Making individual mobility low carbon and sustainable' session at the DSDS 2013 dealt with the issue of making India's vehicles more environment friendly and sustainable.
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Environment is not just a sectoral issue: Nitin Desai
Jan 21, 2013 Environment is an over-arching issue. It’s not just about having a department of environment but injecting the idea of sustainability into everything—energy, transport, even the fiscal policy—says Nitin Desai, Distinguished Fellow at TERI.
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Brice Lalonde, Executive Coordinator, Rio+20, speaks on SDGs
Feb 10, 2013 Brice Lalonde, Executive Coordinator, Rio+20, has been attending TERI's annual summit, the DSDS-2013, for a long time now. He talks about the Sustainable Development Goals, the MDGs and how the DSDS-2013 influences the course of development.
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Bhutan looks at creating an energy basket
Feb 10, 2013 Lyongpo Dr Pema Gyamtsho, the Minister for Agriculture and Forests, Bhutan, talks to Bushra Ahmed of OneWorld on how his country is combating climate change and looking at various kinds of renewables sources of energy at the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit-2013.
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Cheapest energy is the best energy: Nobel Laureate
Feb 02, 2013 Nobel Laureate Prof. Carlo Rubbia mesmerised the crowd by his part-scientific and part-policy views on energy at the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2013 (DSDS), organised by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).
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Indian farmers need to be climate smart: experts
Jan 29, 2013 With the majority of marginal farmers being from South Asia and 41 per cent of the world’s poor belonging to this region, South Asia needs to tighten its belt to escape the adverse impact of climate change.
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Dr Manmohan Singh inaugurates DSDS-2013
Feb 02, 2013 While inaugurating the DSDS-2013, the annual flagship conference of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), the Indian Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, said that the growth strategies of developing countries could not be held hostage to the demands of the developed nations.
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Energy access as millennium development goal
Feb 12, 2013 A sustainable development summit in India has endorsed the idea of making access to energy a new millennium development goal (MDG) after 2015.
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Identify knowledge that is good for people
Dec 26, 2012 Nitya Nanda, Fellow, TERI, in a short talk with Rahul Kumar of OneWorld South Asia, tells that traditional knowledge cannot be owned by private parties and hence is not amenable to commercial exploitation even if it is often superior to other knowledge.
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Indian Government gives itself a pat on its back
Feb 03, 2013 Minister for External Affairs, Salman Khurshid, said at TERI's global meet that India may not be in a position to meet the Millennium Development Goals by 2015, but the foundations have been laid by the government to achieve these goals.
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Climate change threat needs a multi-tier, multi-country effort: US official
Feb 21, 2013 Robert D Hormats, United States’ Under Secretary Of State for Economic Growth, Energy and Environment, was at the 13th Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS), held recently in New Delhi. He tells OneWorld that the US and India are cooperating on a range of environmental issues and this collaboration involves scientists, technicians and companies.
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TERI kicks off DSDS 2013 preparation with CEO Meet
Oct 08, 2012 The Delhi-based international research institute TERI organised a CEO Roundtable, as a curtain raiser to its flagship event-the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS), to engage the business community on issues of sustainability through innovation.
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"There is a need to change conventional perspectives of business" Namita Vikas, CSO, YES BANK
Jan 30, 2013 Chief Sustainability Officer of YES BANK, Namita Vikas talks to OneWorld South Asia about her organisation's Responsible Banking initiative, and the many ways YES BANK is making sustainability its priority.
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Island nations show their disappointment over Rio+20
Jan 31, 2013 Overwhelming floods, recurring tsunamis, and increasing water levels-these are some of the perils that islands face all over the world. Heads of island countries like Seychelles, Kiribati and Guyana meet at the DSDS 2013 to discuss the future they want for their countries in terms of sustainable development.
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Sustainable development makes for good business
Jan 31, 2013 The corporate world now wants a major shift in the way capitalism has been behaving till now and feel that renewable energy and resource efficiency are the way to go.
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For TERI, even 400 million people is less
Feb 01, 2013 Backed by the Clinton Global Initiative, Teri plans to reach a ray of light to 1.3 billion people still living in darkness in a technologically-advanced world.
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Will energy take centre stage after the expiry of MDGs?
Feb 01, 2013 The need of the hour is the necessity to come up with technology solutions that must be the outcome of science-based research and development, said TERI Director General Dr RK Pachauri.
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Ideas and practice vie for space as ministers talk
Feb 01, 2013 There was philosophy and practical talk. But, to top it all, there was food for thought as political leaders and diplomats took stage at DSDS 2013.
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Mushrooms to clean up garbage
Feb 01, 2013 Architects from the Danish Cultural Institute speak of harnessing spiders for construction and mushrooms for cleaning—all for a greener planet.
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