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In Indian mining hub, farmers bring polluted land back to life
by Anuradha Nagaraj
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
20 September 2021
On 20 September 2021 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Chape Hanumaiya and his wife are about to harvest pearl millet and sesame crops thanks to a pilot project that seeks to fight migration and boost food security around the southern city of Hosapete, the heart of India's iron ore industry. As global demand for India's iron ore grows, fuelling environmental damage in mining areas, some farmers are bringing contaminated agricultural land back to life. Hanumaiya's land was revived under a sustainable co-operative agriculture scheme led by the Sakhi Trust nonprofit, which works with communities affected by mining in the area and encourages organic farming.
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