Power grids operators around the world have been experiencing challenges in operating the grid with increasing penetration of Variable Generation (VG) sources like Solar PV and Wind. Variability in one form of generation must always be compensated with other forms of generation at all times to ensure grid stability.

Madhya Pradesh is likely to see 1-1.2 degree Celsius rise in temperature by 2045, bringing more droughts that will pose “enormous” pressure on agriculture, water resources, infrastructure and energy sectors, according to a study.

Climate change is projected to have severe adverse impacts on India’s population, natural ecosystems, and socio-economic parameters.

Under a worst case scenario in the long run, urban areas of Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Mumbai and Kolkata are projected to experience the highest absolute increases in the heat related mortality by 2080s, says a study by the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A).

This paper begins by outlining the views of economists on food management and contemporary food policy issues in the backdrop of largely unchanging dynamics of slow growth of the farm sector in India. First it deal with the manner in which the changing situation is dealt with in terms of cycles in the wheat market.

This study provided socio-economic scenarios for key indicators at the national and state level in India.

Chemical fertilisers are key element of modern technology and have played an important role in agricultural productivity growth in India. However, the demand-supply gap of fertilisers in India has increased in recent times, thereby leading to increased dependency on imports.

Organic farming systems have attracted increasing attention over the last one decade because they are perceived to offer some solutions to the problems currently besetting the agricultural sector. Organic farming has the potential to provide benefits in terms of environmental protection, conservation of non-renewable resources and improved food

This new study conducted by IIM-Lucknow focuses on institutional strengthening of Central Pollution Control Board and its preparedness to undertake various measures as suggested by environmental statutes.

This paper examines trends in fertilizer subsidy and the issue of distribution of fertilizer subsidies between farmers and fertilizer industry, across regions/ states, crops and different farm sizes.Says that the proposed policy of direct transfer of fertiliser subsidy to farmers is misconceived and inappropriate.