Green Revolution: A New Phase In Indian Agriculture

India'S Green Revolution

“If agriculture fails, everything else will fail.” -M.S. Swaminathan Introduction The food production in India was inadequate from 1947 to 1960 as there was an increasing populace, and starvation was expected. Availability of food was just 417 g each day for every individual. There were many debt-ridden farmers, and they had become landless workers. Political … Read more

The Need for a Carbon Policy for Indian Agriculture

Carbon Policy For Indian Agriculture

Why has Carbon Policy been in the Limelight? The 26th UN Climate Change Conference will be hosted by the United Kingdom in Glasgow. It will be held from October to November 12, and its main aim will be to achieve the maximum points of the Paris Agreement’s goals. Climate finance and the transfer of green … Read more