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Thinking of applying to the School of Public Affairs?

On November 30th, Yann Algan, Dean of the School of Public Affairs and a Master student at the School of Public Affairs answered questions from prospective students during a live interview. Questions ranged from "Does the school have any concrete ties to helping governments develop policies?" to "What makes the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs innovative in its programs and teaching methods?" To learn the answers to these questions and more, check out the interview below, or watch the replay on the School of Public Affairs Campus Channel where you can search for specific questions from the interview.

Climate Risks to Indian Agriculture: the Landscape of Policy Pilots

Climate change is a complex policy problem that is characterised by a high degree of uncertainty. Since the 1960s, India has launched several policy pilots in the agriculture sector to address production risks and uncertainties. Indian agriculture is highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate variability and change. Nearly two-thirds of the agricultural land in India is rain-fed and over 600 million people depend on it for their livelihoods and sustenance. The sector also accounts for nearly 90 percent of the total water use in India. Focusing on uncertainties due to climate variability and change, one way of categorising these pilots is based on their contexts. In this case for example, it

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