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AGRI-CLINIC & AGRI-BUSINESS CENTER: AWARE has been approved as Nodal Training Institute (NTI) by MANAGE (Government of India, Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare) to conduct Training in Agri-Clinic and Agri-Business for Unemployed Agricultural Graduates /Diploma Holders/similar qualification. The training is for 60 days at Pujyashri Madhavanji Agricultural Polytechnic, at Aswaraopet Campus, Khammam District.... Read more...
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Global Warming
This was the decade of global warming. While the Copenhagen summit 2009 has been deemed a failure, it has definitely given the issue a global platform, more so when seen in light of the recent criticism of global warming data detractors have accused that result have been manipulated to support warming theorists.

Irrespective of that, the impact of global warming and climate change is gruesome. Sea level is rising by around 0.2 cm a year. Horrifyingly, a 1 m rise would affect 6 million people in Egypt; with 12% to 15% of agricultural land lost, 13 million in Bangladesh with 16% of national rice production lost and 72 million in china and “tens of thousands”  of hectares of agricultural land lost, according to Nicholls and Leatherman.

From 1961 to 2003, the global ocean temperature rose by 0.10 degree Celsius. More severe implications include transnational migration of epidemic like malaria, plague, in addition to economic cost can be easily gauged from the example of the 1926 Miami hurricane, which cost $ 157 billion. What is more appalling is that around 25 million people are estimated to have been displaced in the 1990s due to environmental change and shockingly , the number is estimated to reach 150 million by the end of 2050 as per the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPCC). More grievously, 150,000 people are estimated to die every year due to climate change, as per data by the World Health Organization.

The implications of global warming are far more than we can gauge, over 70% of the world population is unaware of the issue. While ‘Global Warming’ was the most used term in 2009, the fact is that data manipulation has dealt a huge blow to the credence of the findings; and now, if countries decide that warming simply does not exist, nothing could be more unfortunate.