Jagadish Wagle We need an efficient environment to preserve the earth for the sake of achievements so far however, natural settings and eco-system are at the risk of collapsing at any time. The economic growth, so far, is the… Continue reading Agro-forestry for the nature and food
Jagadish Wagle Accessibility is one of the four components of food security. Food is believed to be accessible and inclusive if the cost is affordable and… Continue reading Empowering accessibility of food and dealing with pandemics
Jagadish Wagle Background Food security has been the biggest challenge since the outbreak of COVID-19 (Corona) has broken out from Wuhan, China in December last year.… Continue reading Ensuring food security amid Locust attack | TRN
INTRODUCTION and PROBLEM STATEMENT Agriculture is the source of food which is heavily exhausted due to human activities and Greenhouse Gas emission. Moreover, some of the… Continue reading Community supported agriculture to ensure wellbeing, food security and environment in the UK
Cannabis, also known as marijuana or weed, has long held the attention of academia and policy makers on the question of whether its legalisation would be beneficial or… Continue reading Food Security vs Legalising Cannabis
Water, Air and Land According to the classical economist David Ricardo, the drivers of food production such as water, air and land (WAL) are free gifts from nature. No one should have to pay any price to have them supplied, because they are produced and delivered by nature with no cost. However, modern economists argue… Continue reading Water, Air and Land Nexus: A Safe Space for Preserving Climate and Achieving Food Security | Unsustainable
New economics does not accept the orthodox theory that has dominated economics for the past several decades that humans are perfectly rational, markets are perfectly efficient, institutions are optimally designed and economies are self-correcting equilibrium systems that invariably find a state that maximises social welfare...
Development or Greed! Development seems like a buzz word, which is a never-ending myth. There is no single and a unanimous definition and has a vague meaning from personal development to physical infrastructure. Indeed, the meaning of development may vary as per the needs and preferences of societies and individuals. Besides, the approach of development is an important path which is based on theory or practises to achieve the best possible objectives. However,… Continue reading Inclusive Development: Deed or Greed !
This morning the perfect weather with a sunny day, I came across the digital portals around climate, food, governance and area of my interest. Series of news and views analysis on climate severity referring to the US president’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement 2015 hit the mind vigorously. The Paris Agreement is a global commitment… Continue reading The SDGs investment gap, climate and trade war: Risks of populist move
The Labour Party of United Kingdom is probably the first political party to oppose neo-liberalism because of "anaemic growth, stagnant wages and productivity, stark inequality, low investment, indebted consumer, frequently bubbling asset" and climate severity ( Lawrence, Pendleton and Mahmoud, 2018 ). According the New Economic Foundation "The flaws in the neoliberal model came to… Continue reading Cooperative: Ownership Matters