Consumer Protection is one of CAG's core areas of work and as part of our efforts to educate and inform consumers on various consumer issues and related happenings, including our own activities, we publish "Consumer Update", a bi-monthly e-newsletter.
- Power outage alerts in Tamil Nadu : Awareness and action
- Simple measures for Electricity consumers to participate in the circular economy - Do It Yourself series (Part –3)
- ToD solar premium tariff in Tamil Nadu
- Consultant proposes trifurcating Tangedco to tackle debt
- India announces definition of Green Hydrogen
- China to set up solar, wind recycling system as waste volumes surge
- Consumer Focus - Madras High Court Case
Empowering small-scale farmers with adequate knowledge is essential to help them mitigate the effects of #ClimateChange. They require increased social, economic & technological assistance, along with access to high-yield climate-resistant seeds.
Are you looking for ways to reduce your monthly electricity bill? Look no further. This poster provides a comprehensive guide for using all your appliances! These posters are free to download and distribute under creative commons license.
#EnergyEfficiency #EnergyConservation #Sustainability #TANGEDCO
It is difficult for children, women, and the elderly to walk to the bus stop at night, especially in low light conditions. By improving street lighting, we can lower crime rates, reduce people's feeling of insecurity, prevent traffic crashes and trip and fall hazards. In short, good lighting contributes to a safe environment for people walking to the nearest public transit and encourages more people to use public transit.
As per a Science Magazine study, rising temperatures increase Vapor Pressure Deficit (VPD), causing plants to close stomata. This conserves water but reduces CO2 intake, suppressing global photosynthesis & affecting Earth's carbon balance.
This Impact Assessment Report highlights how the pilot phase of 'FOCUS' - the climate change curriculum textbook developed by CAG - was introduced in select schools in Chennai. It measures project outcomes, analysing positive shifts in both students and teachers. The report provides concrete evidence of heightened student awareness, engagement, and empowerment, as well as innovative teaching methods and renewed enthusiasm among educators.
Here's an interesting fact about our #SingaraChennai. Did you know that old Madras-ites could choose to take a tram or ride a ferry to get around the city? These are transportation means that we have lost since. Who will we lose next? If we're not careful, it will be our cyclists. As motor vehicles crowd them out of roads, cyclists have never been more vulnerable than they are now. Starting this #MadrasDay, let's respect cyclists, and give them the space they need to get around safely. Let's prioritise one of the most sustainable modes of transport.