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Fresh local produce displayed in baskets

Posted On 22/09/2023 in Logistics & Supply Chain , Sustainability

How Long Does Your Food Travel?

Factors that contribute to food miles are: advancements in food processing, packaging technology, growth in food trade, and changes in consumption. More the distance the food travels, the greater the impact it leaves on the world at large.

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Posted On 02/11/2022 in Climate & Weather , Solar power , Sustainability

Carbon Policy & Agriculture

The goal is to make Indian agriculture a climate-positive sector and part of the solution when it comes to carbon policy. It is heartening to note that solutions and programs have been started at multiple levels.

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People in a farm

Posted On 08/08/2022 in Soil & Water , Sustainability

Agronomy in India

Agronomy looks at agriculture from a holistic perspective which includes environmental factors, innovation, conservation of soil health and climate change etc.

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Posted On 07/07/2022 in People in Agriculture , Sustainability

People in Agriculture - Subhash Palekar

What do Karl Marx, pesticides, Gandhi and agriculture have in common? The answer could well be Subhash Palekar. He has risen to prominence in recent times because of his unique model of farming - the Subhash Palekar Natural Farming (SPNF) also known as Zero Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF).

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Women farmers working in a field

Posted On 16/06/2022 in Farming Types , People in Agriculture , Sustainability

Zero Budget Natural Farming in India

Padma Shri Subhash Palekar drew from ancient Indian texts, forest ecosystems and a formal degree in agriculture to develop and propagate ZBNF in the 1990s. This system relies on traditional practices to produce crops devoid of chemical inputs and in effect, revert to the pre-Green Revolution period of farming.

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