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The Indian government is making a significant effort to raise the profile of millet, an under-consumed, climate-resilient crop, both at home and via Indian embassies across the world.
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Students are shown planting trees in a school in Sylhet, Bangladesh.
Nature-based solutions can help address environmental challenges in cities but community involvement and engagement is crucial to utilize local knowledge and create sustainable solutions.
Stockholm Environment Institute
India already faces dire heat risks and is likely to be the most-threatened country in the world by 2030. As life gets hotter, residents in slums will be the most at risk for health problems, heat stroke and death
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