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India's grandmothers harvest new social status from climate-smart farming
by Roli Srivastava
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26 February 2020
On 26 February 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
As they learn techniques to help them get a harvest even in the face of climate pressures, rural women are winning new respect and clout. Around the world, women's leadership in agriculture is increasingly being recognised as key to tackling climate change, with women playing a strong role in adapting new technology, spreading information, and urging action, according to the United Nations.
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