Efforts on to make tea industry climate-smart

The project is investigating the impact of climate change on tea production and livelihoods in North-East India

Rainfall has traditionally been plentiful for growing tea, especially in India but with recent changes in the climate, surface and ground water are becoming important irrigation systems.


 

  1. Rainfall has plentiful for growing tea in India due to recent changes in the climate, surface and ground water are becoming important irrigation systems.
  2. Now, climate-change is impacting tea-cultivation in a major way, by this initiative, industry develops resilience to uncertain and negative climate change impact.
  3. Project launched by the Tea Research Association along with Southampton University on climate, smartening tea plantation landscapes.
  4. Project includes climate variability, land-management practices and climate-smart agriculture practices.
Plantation Agriculture – RISPC, Tea Act, etc.
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