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Tag: Transformation of Agricultural Systems for Climate Resilience

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TCI Partners with PRADAN to Improve Agricultural Climate Resiliency in India

Rice is perhaps the most important crop grown in India, where it accounts for roughly a third of all cultivated land. But the relatively high greenhouse gas emissions associated with rice production contribute significantly to climate change, while the disproportionate…
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Transformation of Agricultural Systems for Climate Resilience

Rice is one of India‚Äôs most important crops, but its production is a significant contributor of the greenhouse gases fueling climate change. The Transformation of Agricultural Systems for Climate Resilience project, administered through a partnership between TCI and the development…