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Schools/ Colleges/ Institutions with a participation of more than 200 students would be acknowledged as Partner Institutions of Climate Jamboree 2018. Register Now

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What is climate Jamboree?

A TERI School of Advanced Studies’ initiative, Climate Jamboree is a movement that aims to engage and empower youth from India and across the world to build a sustainable future. Know More...




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Join us to become a TerraChamp – understand the challenges, experience the solutions, learn from sustainability entrepreneurs and actors, feel the emotion expressed through creative and performing arts, discuss and challenge archaic thought processes and determine to become a leader! Know More...


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The TERI School of Advanced Studies is a Deemed-to-be-University offering Masters and PhD Programmes in sustainability studies. Building on the core disciplines of under-graduate students, our programmes equip students with the inter-disciplinary skills necessary for systemic problem solving and infuse sustainability thinking in their consciousness. Operating from a truly green campus, it puts into practice the very principles it teaches in its classrooms. An architectural delight, the campus has been planned to provide a setting that enhances learning, while simultaneously showcasing the concept of modern green buildings.

About the Sponsor

Dalmia Cement, a subsidiary of Dalmia Bharat Limited is a leading player in cement manufacturing since 1939. It has been globally ranked no. 1 by CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project). It is one of the largest and most diverse cement companies in India and is the world's greenest cement company. With a growing capacity, currently, at 26 MnT, it also has the fourth largest manufacturing capacity in the country. Spread across nine states and 12 manufacturing units, the company is also the category leader in super-specialty cement used for oil wells, railway sleepers and airstrips and is the country's largest producer of slag cement. It has the lowest carbon footprint in the global cement industry.