Category Archives: food security

High Productivity Farms Could be Better for Environment than Organic Farms

Inspite all buzz for orhganic farms,new research finds that farms that aim for high food production using environmentally-friendly practices could be better for the environment than both organic and conventional farms. A new study, led by Oxford University scientists    found that … Continue reading

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India’s Green Revolution Over?

Farmers in the village of Chotia Khurd in northern India don’t realize it, but they symbolize a growing problem that could become a global crisis. They gathered on a recent morning in a stone-paved courtyard — a circle of Sikhs … Continue reading

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India in Likely Global ‘hotspots’ of climate-induced food insecurity

A study has mapped global “hotspots” where climate-induced food insecurity is most likely to happen in the future, and it includes India. The study, ‘Mapping Hotspots of Climate Change and Food Insecurity in the Global Tropics’, was produced by the … Continue reading

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Indian village on global map

In a boost to organic farming in Bihar, Sohdih village in Nalanda district has found a place on the global map through the global positioning system (GPS) for sowing potato over an area of 160 acres by using natural fertilizers … Continue reading

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