Richard Mahapatra, Managing Editor of Down To Earth, Filmmaker Nila Madhab Panda, and water budgeting expert Eshwer Kale release teh book, Drought But Why at the CMS Vatavaran Film Festival
School students, academicians and environmental enthusiasts at the release of the book Drought But Why at CMS Vatavaran Film Festival
At least 700 million people in India affected by drought, says Richard Mahapatra while releasing book
From school kids to veterans, a motley crowd at the launch of Drought But Why
I made the film Kadvi Hawa just to help you open your eyes to climate change, says filmmaker Nila Madhab Panda after the screening of the film’s trailer
Giving details of changing climatic conditions to farmers helps only when the advice is crop-specific, says water budgeting expert Eshwer Kale
A full house at the release of the book Drought But Why
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