India: Women farmers adapt to climate change

Deccan Herald: The impact of climate change on farming activities in India has been significant. But with training, women farmers across the country are adapting to the change, and growing nutrition gardens and building seed banks, writes Aditi Kapoor Innovative measures by women farmers across India are helping several poor families adapt better to climate change and keep hunger at bay. As Sursati from village Janakpur, district Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh, explains, "Earlier, we could not produce enough food......

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