Tag Archives for Biodiversity

Editorial

Rural communities face the daily reality of resource insecurity – a combination of scarcity (insufficiency inaccessibility and unavailability), vulnerability (weakness subject to damage and hazards) and stress (use exceeds availability). It is a very real condition of everyday life that … Continue reading

14. October 2012 by admin
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Agri Scenarios

The image of Indian Agriculture has become rather stereotypical – the poor, thin, debt ridden farmer begging the skies for rain, the suicidal Vidarbha farmer or the rich sugar baron / zamindar. Older people in the village complain that the … Continue reading

14. October 2012 by admin
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Balu’s Biodiversity Register

Balu Bhangre of Khadki Budruk has a treasure! But unlike most treasures, it is not a secret one. He wants to show and share it with everyone. In fact, he is even exhibiting it to the public in Shiswad’s Festival. … Continue reading

14. May 2012 by admin
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Ecosystems, Climate Change, Vulnerability and Economics connect

There’s a new demon on the block lately. You may have heard of it. Penguins usually model for its publicity posters. Yes, it’s called CLIMATE CHANGE. The solutions presented for this new problem are however, not new- sustainable development with … Continue reading

14. May 2012 by admin
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