Asia

Indian Farmers Fight Pollution One Tree at a Timei
X
August 30, 2013 9:52 PM
Farmers in India are planting trees on their land to not only earn extra income but also help fight climate change. VOA correspondent Aru Pande has more on how the South Asian country is seeking to take the lead in agroforestry.

Indian Farmers Fight Pollution One Tree at a Time

Published August 30, 2013

Farmers in India are planting trees on their land to not only earn extra income but also help fight climate change. VOA correspondent Aru Pande has more on how the South Asian country is seeking to take the lead in agroforestry.


You May Like

Video Five Patients Given Experimental Ebola Drug Said To Be Improving

Experimental drugs have been tried on six people: three Westerners and now, three African pyhysicians More

Video In Ukraine, Fear and Distrust Remain Where Fighting has Stopped

As Ukrainian military reclaims control of eastern cities residents rebuild their lives, but many say everyone is being treated with suspicion More

Video In Rural Kenya, Pressure Builds Against Female Circumcision

Girls learn to object; FGM practitioners face penalties from jail sentences to stiff fines More