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  • Facets of the Ecological Restoration Approach for Coal Mines

    Facets of the Ecological Restoration Approach for Coal Mines

    Ecological restoration is defined by the Society for Ecological Restoration as ‘the process of assisting the recovery of an ecosystem that has been...
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  • Mining and Environmental Impacts

    Mining and Environmental Impacts

    The different types of mining techniques deployed have a bearing on various environmental concerns regarding biodiversity, air, water and land....
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  • Coal Fields in India and Changing Patterns of Industrial Location

    Coal Fields in India and Changing Patterns of Industrial Location

    A research team from Geography and You attempted to analyze the advantage provided by the location of coal fields vis-a-vis consumers. Four...
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  • Coal Energy Cannot be Avoided as a Key Source of Energy in India

    Coal Energy Cannot be Avoided as a Key Source of Energy in India

    Almost 30 per cent of India’s population still do not have access to electricity. The International Energy Agency estimates that globally about 30...
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  • The Problem of Supply and Consumption of Low Grade Coal in India

    The Problem of Supply and Consumption of Low Grade Coal in India

    Although starting slowly since the inception of coal mining in India since 1774, India now ranks as the third-largest coal producing country in the...
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  • Coal Consumption Rises in India While World Moves to Renewables

    Coal Consumption Rises in India While World Moves to Renewables

    In terms of a comparison among energy sources compiled by the US Energy Information Administration, coal turns out to be the worst offender when it...
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  • Impacts on Basic Needs and Investments in Energy Access Projects

    Impacts on Basic Needs and Investments in Energy Access Projects

    Energy access projects are frequently unviable due to the high project costs and low returns in rural areas due to a lack of purchasing power among...
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  • Changing Farmer’s Income and Agrarian Distress

    Changing Farmer’s Income and Agrarian Distress

    A trend from food to commercial crops is increasing income disparity in agriculture, and those particularly affected are the small and marginal...
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  • Agri-Food System Transformation and Farmers

    Agri-Food System Transformation and Farmers

    Tracing changes with new start-ups in the production and retail segments of the value chain, the article analyses diffusion and impacts of organized...
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  • Genetically Modified Technology

    Genetically Modified Technology

    Bt cotton is the first genetically modified (GM) crop in India by the insertion of one or more genes from a common soil bacterium, Bacillus...
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  • Need to Monitor  GM Food for Scientific  Research

    Need to Monitor GM Food for Scientific Research

    A gene is a code that governs our appearance and characteristics. When a scientist genetically modifies (GM) a plant, s/he inserts a foreign gene in...
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  • Mutation Breeding for Crop Improvement

    Mutation Breeding for Crop Improvement

    Mutation, a heritable change in a genetic characteristic of an organism, is a natural process that creates new variants (alleles) of genes. Mutation...
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