Commitments to action

Transformation in Agroecosystem for Sustainable Future

Department of Botany, Narasingh Choudhury Autonomous College, Jajpur, Odisha, India, GCSAYN

The main objective is to identify key strategies to be improved in Agroecosystem so that agricultural production can be increased without compromising the soil health, farmers’ labor, and marketing of agri-products. Also, another objective is to identify ecosystem services that are not exploited yet so that instead of artificial, nature-based solutions can be applied to tackle various issues starting from climate change, production, storage, and effective marketing.



Action Area(s)

Boost Nature-Based Solutions of Production



Key contact

Department of Botany, Narasingh Choudhury Autonomous College, Jajpur, Odisha, India
[email protected]





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