Two California high school siblings are changing lives with their grassroots initiative to assist Indian farmers entrenched in poverty. Adarsha Shivakumar and Apoorva Rangan founded Project Jatropha to encourage the development of farmer-owned crops of Jatropha, a long living, economically viable shrub with seeds that can be converted into biodiesel.
(PRWeb January 05, 2009)
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I am Adarsha Shivakumar, cofounder of Project Jatropha. I serve as a member of the Alliance for Climate Education (ACE). As…Continue
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