Climate Change Threatens Tea Production In India

GroundReport: Production of tea in Assam - one of the world’s largest tea producing regions - is on a slow decline, thanks to changing climate in the Brahmaputra river basin. This has been revealed by Prof Chandan Mahanta, a leading scientist from Assam who has been studying climate change effect in the river basin for years. Speaking at a recent media meet on climate change and effects of other development projects on the Yarlung Zangbo/Brahmaputra river basin in Kathmandu, Nepal, Mahanta said the research......

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