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Relocating agriculture can offset increase in carbon dioxide for half-century


Land. It’s where we’re born, where we work and built houses, roads and railways. The land is where we live in peaceful harmony with other humans. It’s what defines our identity, and the land is where we draw hard boundaries alienating our neighbours. The mountains, valleys and the plains that make up the land drives great powers to take irrational decisions…




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Rupesh Paudyal

Rupesh Paudyal

Science writer at I write about plant science, health, food, sustainability, environment, and my experience in academia.

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