This paper examines the past and present of the principles of the Green Revolution and looks to where it may take us in the future.
# 4734 | 1,780 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2001 |
Published on May 21, 2002 in Environmental Studies (Urban Issues) , Environmental Studies (Environmental Problems) , English (General) , Environmental Studies (General)
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This paper takes a look at the history of the Green Revolution and describes the events that led up to its birth. It discusses the main causes of the struggle and looks at in which direction it is heading. The paper also discusses why the revolution needed to occur for change to happen and what it hopes to achieve.
From the Paper:"Revolutions are most often associated with the color red - for the blood that runs in the streets. But the world has been witness to a very different kind of revolution, a green one. The Green Revolution is a term describing a worldwide movement that began in the 1960s. The goal of this movement is not to topple any specific government or any specific ideology. Rather the goals of the Green Revolution are to increase and diversify crop yields in agriculturally less advanced regions of the world so that there will be enough food for all people to eat without resorting to environmentally devastating techniques to feed themselves and their families such as slash-and-burn agriculture. "
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