Report of the Joint Committee constituted by the National Green Tribunal (SZ) vide order of November 23, 2020 in Original Application No. 246 of 2020.

Agricultural innovation scaling approaches tend to be empirical but do not sufficiently take into account the complex realities of ‘softer elements’ such as people, supply chains, markets, financing mechanisms, policies and regulations, professional knowledge, power relations, incentives and history.

Water resources of India are examined in the context of the growing population and the national ambition to become and be seen as a developed nation.

Water resources of India are examined in the context of the growing population and the national ambition to become and be seen as a developed nation.

Central Water Commission is regularly bringing out the publication" Compilation of Status of Ongoing Major and Medium Projects" in order to cater to the ever-growing needs of data on Major and Medium Irrigation Projects. The present publication is a revised version of the erstwhile publication `Hand Book on Water and Related Information'.

This publication presents data on financial aspects in respect of Major, Medium Irrigation and Multipurpose projects, Minor Irrigation projects, Command Area Development Programme as available in the Finance Accounts of the Union and State Governments brought out by Comptroller and Auditor General of India and Accountant General of respective St

This report explores how women perceive participation and empowerment vis-a-vis access to water and other agricultural resources in the Tarai/Madhesh of Nepal.

This publication presents findings from a climate change risk and adaptation assessment in southern Viet Nam as part of ADB’s Water Efficiency Improvement in Drought-Affected Provinces (WEIDAP) project.

This study quantifies the magnitude of water that could be reallocated from irrigation to other sectors in India without compromising agricultural output. It also recommends a pathway for India’s reallocation strategy.

Despite increasing popularity of farmer-led irrigation in Ethiopia, little is known about socio-economics of farmers who receive public support in accelerating its expansion. Investigate this question by combining spatial land suitability for groundwater-and solar irrigation with pre-existing socio-economic data.

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