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TerraGreen is TERI's flagship magazine that deals with issues related to sustainable development, environment, and energy. In a world standing on the brink of a major ecological disaster, TG hopes to be the ray of light that lights up the road ahead.

The cover story titled, 'Climate Change, COVID-19 Burden India’s Fisherfolk', highlights that India's fishermen were still reeling under the losses from the previous year (2019) when COVID-19 has hit hard this year (2020). With the enforcement of social distancing, officials of fisheries departments began mulling how such restrictions could be put in place for the fishing harbour, landing centres, and auction houses. Though fisheries have been exempted from the lockdown rules, there are other looming concerns. With the export sector looking fuzzy, and the warehouses packed, where and how will the fisherfolk sell their catch? In this article, the author shares such concerns.

In the Feature article titled, 'Sustaining Distribution Companies in COVID-19 Slowdown '  the author discuss the many challenges that DISCOMs and GENCOs are facing in terms of significant changes in electricity consumption pattern, demands of consumers, cross-subsidy losses, and the overall economic health of the power infrastructure in a pandemic-stricken world. The authors also discuss some pertinent measures that can be adopted by industrial and commercial consumers to ensure a sustainably operational sector during this lockdown period.

In the Special Report titled, 'Destruction of Nature: Is it Responsible for the Emergence of Pandemics?'  the author says that COVID-19 has paralysed the world as we know it. The novel coronavirus has brought the world to a grinding halt. The disease has made humans retreat to their homes and nature has reclaimed the earth. Although one cannot rule out nature’s decisive force, in such a precarious situation it becomes imperative to understand the origin and spread of infectious diseases, in general, that cause pandemic and pandemonium.

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