Why have some Indian GI-tagged crops found international popularity, while others face competitive prices and the threat of reducing biodiversity?
While experts have called this project “largely successful,” farmers in the region have questions about how the pilot—and scaling it to other parts—might compromise their long-term farming productivity.
What transformed the humble millet into an exotic grain?
As ‘encroachers’ are evicted to ‘beautify’ the riverbank under different development initiatives, ultimately, the Yamuna remains as polluted as ever.
Farmers found their hands tied when supply chains froze during the COVID-19 pandemic. As restrictions on movement led to shortages of farm labour, input...
In the North East Region of India, forests have long been a site of struggle between people seeking to profit off its rich biodiversity...
As the Delhi Government pushes the Pusa decomposer as a successful alternative to stubble burning, New Delhi's farmers highlight its hits and misses.
Vermicompost revived soil quality, reduced input costs, and made farmers self-sufficient through lockdowns.
When we blame farmers for polluting the environment, we completely miss the intersection that exists between food production, ecology, and the threat that neo-liberal market reforms pose.
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