P K Joshi
Climate change has been predicted to create increasing risks for the agricultural sector thus inversely affecting agricultural production and farm incomes in India. These risks have already manifested in the form of increasing intensity and extent of droughts, floods, temperature rise and fall, and other calamities in the country.
Biofuels in India: Potential, policy and emerging paradigms- A policy paper by National Centre for Agricultural Economics and Policy ResearchPosted on 28 Jun, 2012 05:15 PM
This policy paper by National Centre for Agricultural Economics and Policy Research sheds light on use of bio energy as an alternative to fossil fuels.
This article published in the journal Current Science presents the findings of a study that aimed at developing a rapid inventory on the impact of the recent climatic changes on the ecosystem, flora and fauna of the Himalayan region with a special emphasis on livelihoods.
Issue: VOL 46 No. 26 and 27 Jun 25 - July 08, 2011
Review of Agriculture
Irrigation in Telangana: The Rise and Fall of Tanks