My only focused question: Are Indian farm acts, which were and are in news, anti-environment?
For those willing to read why I am asking, read it below. It is incomplete research.
A. Environmentalists star kids have tweeted, retweeted tweets that support farmers protesting. It is difficult to find all such people simply because I have never cared about them much. Anyways here are some.
A.1. "Week 21th #ClimateStrikeEarth in #India. I stand with Indian Farmers who are fighting for their rights. Farmer is the backbone of every living lives. No Farmer No Food No Future.
#FarmersProtestDelhi2020 #FarmBills2020 #FaceTheClimateEmergency #FridaysForFuture @GretaThunberg"
-Retweeted by Greta Thunberg
A.2. "Hope my voice will reach all over the world.
No farmers, No food.
No justice, No rest.
#FightFor1Point5 #FarmersProtests #ActNow"
-Tweeted by Licypriya Kanjugam
There are others. To save space, I am restricting to two here.
B. Is it about fear of food shortage or are those acts anti-environment?
My news feed gave me an interesting article today. It is an interview from an Indian minister, who claims India produces lots of food grains, and so he wants to produce ethanol from rice and sugarcane. sounds fair, if everyone gets to eat first.
C. From a previous question here, where my answer was not accepted, something about stubble burning is mentioned. Isn't it good if burning is restricted! No smoke!
Many people here are experienced about politics, law, economics, sciences, social sciences. Forgive my lack of knowledge, everything above (A,B,C) seems strange to me. I want to know about the question. So, my question remains same, are Indian farm acts anti-environment? How?