As India’s Climate Changes, Farmers In The North Experiment With New Crops

India’s capital city New Delhi and much of northern India are routinely shrouded in man-made pollutants. In fact, Delhi vies with Beijing for the dirtiest air in the world. Many of India’s 1.3 billion people — a fifth of the world’s population — face pollution that is cutting short lives, stunting children’s cognitive development and…

Cow Dung And Fruit Trees: Traditional Wisdom Helps Assam Cope With Climate Change

Faced with more floods each monsoon season, farmers in Assam turn to indigenous technical knowledge from their forefathers to protect their livelihoods Subhadra Kumari had to wait a nervous few weeks before the flood waters abated from her paddy field and she could start planting rice saplings. “We are behind the ideal time for planting…

Climate Change And Global Warming Part In Coconut Farms (Sri Lanka)

Target Agriculture  produces over 200 high quality organic  products from more than 60 different fruits. At the International climate camp in Sri Lanka from the 17th till 31st of July young people from Germany and Sri Lanka had he chance to meet different activists. Farmers in South-East Sri Lanka already are with increasing frequency  experiencing  the impacts of…