The project is investigating the impact of climate change on tea production and livelihoods in North-East India
- Rainfall has plentiful for growing tea in India due to recent changes in the climate, surface and ground water are becoming important irrigation systems.
- Now, climate-change is impacting tea-cultivation in a major way, by this initiative, industry develops resilience to uncertain and negative climate change impact.
- Project launched by the Tea Research Association along with Southampton University on climate, smartening tea plantation landscapes.
- Project includes climate variability, land-management practices and climate-smart agriculture practices.
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