Announcing CCAPC's Clean Air Competition for University Students
Top Indian and global institutes, including TERI, announce the launch of Collaborative Clean Air Policy Centre
Air pollution is sometimes terrible in India. You have probably heard that India now has some of the most polluted cities in the world. This is your opportunity to suggest ways of helping fix the problem!
The Collaborative Clean Air Policy Centre and The Energy and Resources Institute are offering a prize for the best idea for reducing air pollution in the country coming from a team of university students. All ideas are fair game – ways to promote behavioral changes; new regulations; better enforcement approaches; or new technologies. Completely new ideas are welcome, too.
New Delhi, 3 November 2017 Along with its partners, TERI proudly announces the inception of Collaborative Clean Air Policy Centre (CCAPC), a new partnership among the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Sri Ramachandra University Chennai, University of California Berkeley, and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) Delhi. UrbanEmissions.info, a credible information centre providing research, and analysis related to air pollution, serves as the Centre’s knowledge partner.