Now to India, where hundreds of millions of farmers who rely on annual monsoon rains are struggling to survive one of the worst droughts in recent history.
India's water crisis has worsened over the past couple of decades, as an increased number of rivers dry up. But several non-governmental organizations are working to restore them. Murali Krishnan reports.
A farming community in the northern Indian hill state of Uttarakhand is getting a boost through a unique initiative that helps farmers interface with the market directly.
Choga Lal Saini left his office job to grow fruit in the desert. Sixteen years later, he has created an oasis and become a source of farming knowledge for others near and far.
Extreme droughts and floods threaten global food security. Scientists gene editing crops say they have the answer. But enviornmentalists are wary.
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