3 results for tag: India

India’s Potential for Food Security and Climate Stabilization

Dr. Tedros Ghebreyefus has warned: “There is no vaccine for climate change.”  While this is currently true, recent advances in nature-based carbon dioxide removal strategies may offer an effective treatment of the problem.

Biogeochemical Potential of India to Feed the Nation and Stabilize Climate

Event name: Hybrid Monthly Scientific Meeting of Geological Society of IndiaDate: Wednesday, June 12, 2024Venue: The Office of the Geological Society of India, Bengaluru Watch a recording of the presentation here. Description This meeting featured the presentation "Biogeochemical Potential of India to Feed the Nation and Stabilize Climate" by Dr. Ishfaq Ahmad Mir, Senior Geologist, Geological Survey of India, Bengaluru.

Mati Carbon Removals Fights Climate Change, Enables Climate Resilience for Marginal Farmers in India

Shantanu Agarwal is a climate tech entrepreneur on a mission to improve the lives of marginal farmers while simultaneously fighting climate change. In 2021, he founded Mati Carbon Removals, a project of the Swaniti Initiative, a 501(c)(3) non-profit with offices in the US and India. Shantanu Agarwal (far right) with colleagues and helpers collecting samples in the field. Photo courtesy of Mati.  In a July 2023 episode of the OpenAir webinar series, “This is CDR,” Agarwal had this to say about his new project: “The mission at Mati is essentially enabling climate resilience for marginal farmers. That’s where it started, and that ...