Study in semi-arid areas shows improved nutritional intake in households with working women.
EfD researchers E. Somanathan and Shoibal Chakravarty argue in a study that backing the coal plants expansion policy is flawed. They outline the private and external costs of electricity from coal
Cropping pattern adjustments may only offer limited benefits as an adaptation to climate change in India
Efd researcher Digvijay S.Negi with co-authors have used secondary data to study whether cropping patterns would be altered as a response to climate change in India. They found limited influence on
The Hindu Kush Himalaya Assessment report launched on February 4th, 2019, finds that at least a third of the huge ice fields in Asia’s towering mountain chain are doomed to melt due to climate change
At the end of every rice-growing season in north-west India, usually in midNovember, farmers harvest their crop using combine harvesters. Most farmers then burn the left-over rice straw out in the