Struggling farmers in India find promise in ancient seeds

In India, climate change is already forcing farmers to adapt to saltwater intrusion, flooding and droughts. International scientists are racing to breed a new batch of climate-resilient super seeds that can survive these changes. But many traditional farmers are instead relying on the seeds that sustained their ancestors.

Producer, Reporter and Camera: Sam Eaton
Editor: Linda Peckham
Additional Editing: Adithya Sambamurthy
Transcription: Karishma Suri
Archival Footage: Oxfam International
Thanks to: Soma Saha, WWF-India Sundarbans Program
Senior Producer: Stephen Talbot
Executive Producer: Sharon Tiller

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