The Real Green Revolution-II: Ecological Poverty

Rural environmental problems are very different.

More than 2.5 billion people in developing countries live in rural areas. Of these, about one billion live below the poverty line. And about half a billion live in degraded eco-systems, which is the key reason for their food insecurity and poverty.

Let us understand this:
What rural people in developing countries such as India face is not economic poverty. They face ecological poverty.

Ecological poverty is the lack of an ecologically healthy natural resource base that is needed for a human society's survival and development. It is not the economist's Gross National Product that matters to them. It is the decline of the Gross Nature Product that matters to them.

The Real Green Revolution is about eradicating ecological poverty. It is about helping the poor to help themselves.

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