• Abstract

    The connection between Geographical indications (GIs) and rural development in India are studied in this literature, as are people's opinions toward GIs. Rural development has a long-term impact of GI protection. Reported literature shows that GIs have benefited sustainable rural development in India, but there are still difficulties that need to be addressed, such as a lack of knowledge regarding GI implementation in rural areas. Go Green initiatives in the context of GIs and rural development, fostering environmentally conscious practices for a more sustainable future. Integrating GIs and rural development in India are referred in this study, which focuses on medicinal plants and agricultural approaches.

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Deshmukh, P., & Tare, H. (2024). Socioeconomic management by effective implementation of ‘GI’ protection in rural India. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 7(4), 2024078. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2024078
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