As India takes on the title of the world’s most populous nation, a question that looms thanks to climate change is how to feed 1.4 billion people. Small-scale farming families say crops are withering under record-high temperatures, cycles of drought and extreme rainfall and pest infestations. In partnership with the Pulitzer Center, Fred de Sam Lazaro reports for his series, Agents for Change.
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