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…

Environmental Degradation And Climate Change Adaptation In Pakistan

Earth Trust (IET) is a Pakistan based, not-for-profit organization working in the area of sustainable development. With “Development with Dignity” as its motto, IET firmly believes in working towards a sustainable development that will enhance the lives of future generations in the Rural Areas of Sindh and Baluchistan. All their programmes are encompassed within an…