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Redesigning farming – A response to climate change

By transforming and reorienting agricultural systems, innovative farmers are able to build resilience in farming and ensure food security, in a changing climate situation. Scaling up such grass root level...

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Mud crab farming – An adaptation strategy

The coastal villages of Odisha are vulnerable to natural disasters occurring due to climate change. The livelihoods of the local people, particularly those working in the agriculture and allied sectors,...

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People’s knowledge – Key for adaptation

Farmers perception on climate change and their knowledge and experience on adaptation in mountain ecosystems, has enabled them to cope with extreme weather and environmental change over centuries. Integration of...

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Crop planning – A tool for climate resilient food system

Crop production is highly location specific and depends on a number of factors like climate, natural resources, access to inputs, knowledge etc. Farm level crop planning goes a long way...

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Farmer innovations – Sustainable solutions to fight climate change

Farmers in the hilly terrains of Kerala have been innovating, adopting and adapting practices and processes to address the impacts of climate change. Engaging such innovative farmers is key in...

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Building climate resilience

In distressed situations of drought and floods, tribal farmers of southern Bundelkhand region illustrated that System of Crop Intensification, an agro ecological method, helps build climate resilience. The socio-technical approach...

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Seeds of resistance for food sovereignty

Food Sovereignty is about building a just world and is about a society free of oppression and inequality. This is the only way forward to secure our right to food...

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Policy changes on millets: A relook

Millets are a rich source of nutrition and ideally suited for addressing the issues of hunger and malnutrition. However, government policies directed at providing nutrition in the region may indirectly...

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