Today’s Solutions: December 06, 2022

When the small Indian state of Sikkim decided to ban chemical fertilizers and pesticides in 2016, the state’s decision was met with much skepticism. Now those skeptics have been turned into believers after the state won the top prize in a UN-backed award for its 100 percent organic policies. Organizers of the award said the state’s policies have helped more than 66,000 farmers, boosted tourism and set an example to other countries that going fully organic is possible.

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