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Climate change adaptation, greenhouse gas mitigation and economic profitability of conservation agriculture: some examples from cereal systems of Indo-Gangetic plains
Achieving sustainability of the cereal system in the Indo-Gangetic Plains (IGP) of India under progressive climate change and variability necessitates adoption of practices and technologies that increase food production, ...
Climate smart agriculture, farm household typologies and food security An ex-ante assessment from Eastern India
One of the great challenges in agricultural development and sustainable intensification is the assurance of social equity in food security oriented interventions. Development practitioners, researchers, and policy makers ...
Low-cost quantification of greenhouse gas emissions in smallholder agro-ecoxystem: a comparative analysis of methods
(Transstellar Journal Publications and Research Consultancy, 2015)
Farmers, food and climate change: ensuring community-based adaptation is mainstreamed into agricultural programmes
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)
Climate change creates widespread risks for food production. As climate impacts are often locally specific, it is imperative that large-scale initiatives to support smallholder farmers consider local priorities and integrate ...
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Agricultural policies and investment priorities for managing natural resources, climate change and air pollution: policy brief
(TAAS; CIMMYT; ICAR; CCAFS; World Bank Group, 2018)
Agriculture is an engine of inclusive economic growth as a major source of livelihood for millions of smallholder farmers and other rural residents in India. Having made significant strides in food production, through the ...
Framework, guidelines and governance for designing local adaptation plan of action to mainstream climate smart villages in India
The major challenges being faced by Agriculture globally are degradation of natural resources and increasing frequency of climate change induced risks. In pre-green revolution period, the farmers practiced a more resilient ...