Women farmers play a crucial role in South Asia’s agricultural sector and contribute significantly, despite facing numerous challenges. The intersection of climate change, gender, and health can have disproportionate impacts on women’s well‑being.

The agriculture sector receives substantial fiscal subsidies in various forms, including through programs that are linked to production and others that are decoupled.

The Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare prepared a framework to promote voluntary carbon market (VCM) in the agricultural sector with a view to encourage small and medium farmers to avail benefits of carbon credit.

Disasters affect millions of people each year and cause economic losses worth many billions of dollars globally. Reporting on disaster impacts in research, policy, and news primarily relies on macro statistics based on disaster inventories. The macro statistics suggest that a relatively small share of disaster damages accrues in Africa.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sachin Tyagi & Others Vs Ritesh Sharma & Others dated 04/01/2024.

Achieving gender equality in irrigation can result in greater production, income, and job opportunities for both men and women smallholder farmers from diverse social groups, while building climate resilience in sub-Saharan Africa.

Small-scale farmers and related supply chain actors contribute a significant share of global food production, particularly in East Asia and the Pacific, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Arun Tiwari Vs State of Uttar Pradesh dated 04/10/2023.

This working paper examines Components A and C of the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Urja Suraksha evam Utthaan Mahabhiyan (PM KUSUM) scheme in India, which include small solar-powered generators and on-grid solar pumps, respectively.

The Madras High Court directed the Neyveli Lignite Corporation to pay compensation at the rate of Rs 40,000 per acre to farmers whose standing crops were damaged during Paravanar Canal Diversion activities at Valayamadevi in Cuddalore district.