How Post-Harvest Losses Continue to Plague the Agricultural Sector

This research article analyses post-harvest losses in India by discussing its causes and impact on the agricultural sector specifically and the economy and environment at large. Post-harvest losses are incurred after harvesting but before final consumption and amount to a staggering 40% of the country’s produce. The article deliberates over the untapped potential of this sector while acknowledging the shortcomings of existing solutions.

River Interlinking: A Confluence of Ignorance, Ideological Misconception, and Irreparable Environmental Damage

River linking is based on the basic principle that surplus water in one basin can be diverted to water deficient drainage basins. While this may seem logically sound, this makes for bad science. Since the very inception of this project, several aspects of geology, hydrology, and ecology have not been taken seriously in either government policy or the public discourse surrounding this project. This is the second part of this series.

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