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Green Economy and Sustainable Development with Special Reference to Agripreneurship

Author(s) Alok Kumar, Supriya Singh
Country India
Abstract Agriculture sector helps to a country's overall well-being. By alleviating poverty and giving people access to food security and jobs, it has an impact on economic growth. According to figures from the agriculture census, 54.6% of the population in India depends on agriculture farming for a living (GOI, 2016a). According to NABARD (2014), 67 percent of the agricultural operational holdings in the nation are owned by small and marginal farmers. In the modern world, entrepreneurship is a crucial aspect of globalization. Globalization is promoting the transition from the industrial to the entrepreneurial type of production. As a result, the agricultural sector needs an entrepreneurial culture in order to intensify global sustainable agriculture. In these conditions, Indian situation offers "entrepreneurial model" of agricultural farm output to the small and marginal farmers rather than an agri-business organization. In this context, this paper explores how traditional agricultural entrepreneurship falls short of expectations for social fairness and environmental health in addition to financial success and why sustainable agricultural entrepreneurship emerged as a substitute. The relationship between agricultural entrepreneurship and the green economy is discussed in this paper.
Keywords Agripreneurship , Green Economy, Developing countries, SMEs,Innovation
Field Sociology > Economics
Published In Volume 4, Issue 2, March-April 2022
Published On 2022-04-19
Cite This Green Economy and Sustainable Development with Special Reference to Agripreneurship - Alok Kumar, Supriya Singh - IJFMR Volume 4, Issue 2, March-April 2022.

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