Early summers, heatwaves, erratic monsoons and disease combine to shrink already slim pickings, forcing many farmers to migrate even more for work.
In America's dusty Corn Belt this spring, the land was drowning. In China's Yangtze river basin, it's bone dry. Farmers in both are fighting a losing battle to save the soil that produces our food.
From lower emissions to happier chickens, agroforestry is making a comeback as farmers benefit from adding trees to their land
Social protection for rural workers “remains a dream”, according to a report launched in Geneva on Thursday by the Bureau for Workers' Activities (ACTRAV), part of the UN’s International Labour Organization (ILO).
The commercial agricultural sector has been found to be responsible for the extinction of over 86% of species; a worldwide loss of all pollinators threatens to reduce annual agricultural output by about $217 billion, according to estimates
Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andaman and Nicobar Islands Islands, and Mizoram had over 90 percent households that receive water at least once a day, study said.
A four decade long story of how villages around Nagpur's coal fired plants are facing the brunt of legacy pollution.
The Decentralised Renewable Energy (DRE) sector in India employed 80,000 people in 2021 and these jobs are likely to increase to 89,000 by 2023, estimated a recent study by global think tank Power for All.A separate report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) noted that the renewable energy sector is seeing a rise in jobs globally with the majority of the jobs in China and about seven percent in India.Experts claimed that lack of women workforce in DRE, dearth of financing and training in rural areas pose threat to the growth of the sector in India.
River pollution is plaguing India, and experts warn it is causing a deadly crisis that threatens the country’s health and prosperity
43% respondents were ‘worried about the food’, 21% ate ‘less than usual’, 14% skipped meals completely, while 5% went ‘without eating for a whole day’