This publication provides one of the most comprehensive insights into the organisations and initiatives working to build resilience in agriculture in Kenya.

The report, “Fertilizer, Fuel and Food: win-win options for Bihar” captures the findings of research conducted by Greenpeace along with local organizations in five districts of Bihar namely Khagaria, Madhepura, Muzaffarpur, Nalanda and Patna in 2012.

In  this paper Greenpeace illustrates proven, modern farming approaches that help cope with drought using ecological farming. Elaborates on the drought-resistant crop varieties and calls for policy makers to increase funds for research on the system.

Organically grown cotton is more profitable for farmers than Bt cotton & is the pro-poor option for improving economic livelihood in rural communities finds this new Greenpeace report. It is based on analysis of non-Bt organic and Bt cotton farmers in Andhra Pradesh.

Indian Medical Association (IMA) and the medical fraternity raised concern over the discovery of high levels of nitrate contamination of drinking water based on a Greenpeace study.

This report present scientific evidence linking synthetic fertiliser overuse and imbalanced use in Indian agriculture to the current system of government subsidies on fertilisers , showing how this system is leading to soil degradation and stagnant food production. Synthetic fertilisers cause also further damage in the environment.