Classification of Adaptation Measures and Criteria for Evaluation: Case Studies in the Gandaki River Basin, Nepal : HI-AWARE Working Paper 6 (2016)

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Climate change adaptation practices constitute local knowledge and practices as well as autonomous and planned interventions targeted at reducing risk and enhancing the resilience of vulnerable households and communities with respect to their livelihoods and the economic sector they depend on for their well-being. The main purpose of this paper is to report on an assessment and documentation of adaptation strategies followed in policy and practice to address risk and vulnerabilities of communities living in the Gandaki River-basin. It is expected that understanding of existing adaptation options will help tailor effective responses for them in the Gandaki River-basin and beyond.
Language: English
Imprint: Himalayan Adaptation, Water and Resilience (HI-AWARE) Kathmandu, Nepal 2016
Pages: 50