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Acronym: 
TERI

Location

Darbari Seth Block, IHC Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi
India
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WHO WE ARE

A dynamic and flexible organization with a global vision and a local focus, TERI was established in 1974, with the initial focus on documentation and information dissemination. Research activities, initiated towards the end of 1982, were rooted in TERI’s firm conviction that efficient utilization of energy and sustainable use of natural resources would propel the process of development.

All activities in TERI, the largest developing-country institution working towards sustainability, move from formulating local- and national-level strategies to shaping global solutions to critical issues. Towards this end, we have established regional centres in Bengaluru, Goa, Guwahati, Mumbai and the Himalayas. We have also set up affiliate institutes – TERI-NA, Washington, DC, USA, and TERI Europe, London, UK – and also have a presence in Japan, Malaysia, and the UAE. We have also established a research base in Africa with an aim to both provide technical assistance as well as facilitate exchange of knowledge amongst the communities in various African states.

Buoyed by more than 40 years of excellence in research and innovation, TERI is now poised for future growth, driven by a global vision and outreach, with a philosophy that assigns primacy to enterprise in government, industry, and individual actions.

VISION

Creating Innovative Solutions for a Sustainable Future

MISSION

Tackle issues of concern to Indian society, and the world at large, and develop innovative and cost effective solutions.

Enhance networking for sustainable interventions

Realize potential for national and international leadership as a knowledge based agent of change in the fields of energy, environment, other natural resources and sustain able development.

Inspire and reach out to diverse stakeholders for realising a shared vision of global sustainable development could be translated into action.

The Energy and Resources Institute Resources

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August 2013

A major section of over 720 million
rural poor in India continue to depend on biomass sources
for meeting their energy requirements. Most of these poor
people continue to burn biomass in energy-inefficient
devices, locally called Chulhas. This study report is based

Reports & Research
October 2010
India

This report indicates that the Forest governance is identified as critical to the success of REDD+.

Implementation of robust REDD+ strategy is possible through Community Based Forest Governance.

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