(Photo: Guy Trébuil) Imagine, for a moment, that you are a Bhutanese farmer. Farming has been in your family for generations. You manage your farm now in the same way your father, and his father, managed the land. The other farmers in your village run things in much the same way. As far as you know, it has...
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