India: Facing Climate Change With Flower Power

Inter Press Service: Gazalla Amin’s office on the outskirts of this city, capital of Jammu & Kashmir state, is redolent with the fragrance of lavender wafting up from heaps of the dried flowers in a corner bowl. There is nothing fancy or feminine about the fragrance in her office. In her late forties Amin, a medical doctor by training, has broken into Kashmir’s male-dominated farming sector. Amin is now leading frustrated farmers out of the conundrum of climatic uncertainties, lost crops, debt and poverty and setting......

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