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Context: The global climate change negotiations at ‘CoP-26’ of ‘UNFCCC’ is scheduled for last October. It is in this context, the role of agriculture in environmental degradation and vulnerability of farmers needs to be seen.
What are the vulnerabilities of Indian farmers due to climate change?
What model of agriculture is prevalent in India?
What are the shortfalls seen in “Green Revolution”?
What are the consequences seen in the model?
What model of agriculture is the need of the hour?
What are the challenges in the success of ‘SAP’s’?
What are the impacts of SAP’s seen?
How India can incentivize SAP’s?
In conclusion, India should start promoting sustainable agriculture, particularly in rain-fed areas—home to 60% of Indian farmers. Rain-fed farmers practise low-resource agriculture, have low productivity, and stand to be the chief gainers from this transition.
By: Shubham Tiwari ProfileResourcesReport error
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