Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research has signed an MoU with cGanga, a think-tank of National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) for development of sludge management framework in India. On this occasion, Norwegian Diplomat in India Karina Asbjørnsen, said, Norway intends to deepen relationship with India especially in prevention of climate change and conservation of environment.
Secretary Jal Shakti Ministry UP Singh explained several initiatives in waste water management and the need to develop further business modules by cGanga and their Norwegian counterpart.
Director General of NMCG Rajiv Ranjan Mishra said, we are working with farmers to educate them about water use efficiency. He said in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, NMCG is also trying to promote organic farming, natural farming and zero budget farming.
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