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Report: Articulating the Climate-Cotton-Water Nexus

An in-depth study on the impacts of climate change on cotton cultivation and farmers; assessing the links between climate risks, its effects on water resources and livelihoods of cotton growing communities in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, India

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by ISC Team | July 8, 2022
An in-depth study on the impacts of climate change on cotton cultivation and farmers; assessing the links between climate risks, its effects on water resources and livelihoods of cotton growing communities in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, India
by ISC Team | July 6, 2021
Report: Climate Change Impacts on Maharashtra Agriculture What are the likely impacts of soaring temperatures and increased rainfall on these rural farmers? Maharashtra faces an increasing risk from climate change which is likely to impact [...]
by Radiah Shabazz | January 27, 2021
USO Beaux-Twenty Club Poised for Designation on National Register of Historic Places The Heights Community in Petersburg, Virginia is a historically Black district, once known for its affluence. At one time, the Heights was a community of [...]
by Sushama Darne | December 4, 2020
Back in 2015, the United Nations launched the International Year of the Soils and flagged off the first ever World Soil Day on December 5th.  The nourishing, sustaining life force on which agriculture inalienably relies, has been called [...]
by Romit Sen | October 23, 2020
A crowd of people jostling by the ticket counter at Jhansi Railway Station in Uttar Pradesh; men and women, some with families in tow, boarding trains to Delhi, Lucknow, Mumbai and other big cities. These are common sights during the summer [...]
by ISC Team | September 28, 2020
Ferris Named President of the Institute for Sustainable Communities Montpelier, Vt. (September 28, 2020) - Environmental justice leader Deeohn Ferris, JD, has been named president of the Institute for Sustainable Communities (ISC), a global [...]
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