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They see a country with half its population living on the size of the state of Texas, surrounded by mostly unarable land and a sinking water table.
This could all be done on unarable land so no food crop land need be used.
The Chief Minister offered the Tatas unarable land in West Medinipur for setting up the manufacturing unit, but the latter preferred this agricultural land and the supposedly pro-people Left Front government in order to oblige the influential multinational company surrendered meekly to this compulsion.
Climate change, if we don't do something about it, will become a national security concern because more and more land will become unarable, and people will fight more and more over that which is.
I have paid my respects above to the tilled crops and the pastured pig for the arable land, and for the unarable land I would still emphasize the pig and give him other sources of food to supplement pasture.
Did "forest" mean also moorland, wild and unarable land?
They are a primarily tribal people, who farm in a particularly unarable ground.
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