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India's enormous solar park was meant to help poor communities. But it left the landless stricken

By Gareth Bryant, Senior Lecturer in Political Economy, University of Sydney
Devleena Ghosh, Associate Professor, Social Inquiry Program, University of Technology Sydney
Jake Morcom, University of Technology Sydney
Priya P Pillai, Researcher, University of Technology Sydney
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One of the world’s largest solar farms was meant to lift poor communities up. But instead it produced winners and losers.The Conversation

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