Cheap technology is spurring farmer-led hydrological revolution

09/18/2012 | Yale Environment 360

Experts are increasingly in agreement that the best ways to manage scarce water resources in the developing world revolve not around large-scale government irrigation projects, but small-scale measures such as cheap water pumps, as well as rainwater harvesting. A report by the International Water Management Institute says that bottom-up innovations are "a major driver of economic growth, poverty reduction, and food security."

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