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    Are Government Schemes Meaningful in the Absence of Land Rights?

    It is evident that the effects of the project are not uniformly distributed, as certain villages experience benefits while others continue to grapple with...

    Exploration of Women Farmer Collectives: Gender Dynamics and Socioeconomic Realities

    In the quest to fathom the lives of women farmers, a profound metamorphosis surfaces, characterized by a significant paradigm shift towards agency and spatial...

    Five Pathways to Transform Food Systems in Asia and the Pacific

    Asia faces unprecedented food security challenges due to soaring rice prices, climate-induced disasters, and ecosystem degradation. Strategic action is needed to transform food systems...

    Bolangir Farmers Keep up with Climate Change

    As climate change sets in, farmers in villages of Balangir district, Odisha, acknowledge that they have noticed a broad change in weather patterns in...

    India’s Farmers Could Use Better Monsoon Forecasts

    While the Indian Meteorological Department has advanced monsoon forecasting systems, researchers from the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago found that farmers in southern...

    Odisha’s APC Exemplifies Successful Government-Civil Society Partnerships

    Odisha’s APC Project was initiated as a collaborative effort between the state government, non-governmental organizations, and international development agencies to promote sustainable agriculture and...

    FAO report: Heatwaves and Floods Affect Rural Women and Men Differently, Widen Income Gap

    A new study shows how the effects of climate change on income and adaptation in rural areas vary with gender, wealth and age. It...

    27 Per Cent Jump in Crop Insurance Enrolment

    The crop insurance scheme is voluntary for all farmers. The government has mandated a compulsory use of at least 0.5 per cent of the...
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    Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups Need Special Attention

    Civil society organisations play a critical role in monitoring the actions of the authorities, and hence, local NGOs, societies,...

    Vigilance Needed to Avert Spread of Bird Flu to Humans

    Concerns on bird flu’s pandemic potential grew following its spread to dairy cows. Although of great concern there is...

    Groundbreaking Research on Air Pollution in North India by IIT Researchers

    Comparing the oxidative potential of Indian PM2.5 with countries across the Asia-Pacific and European regions reveals alarming findings. Indian PM's...

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