Climate Change Haunts South Asian Livelihoods (2016)

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Out of twenty-one adaptation projects reviewed, only three local-scale initiatives in two countries (India and Bangladesh) had an explicit focus on livelihoods. Extreme events such as fl oods have negatively affected eco-tourism, forestry and small businesses in vulnerable areas of South Asia. Reduced cereal yields due to higher temperatures will not just affect food producers but also traders.
Year: 2016
Language: English
In: Trade Insight - SAWTEE Newsletter, 12: 10-13 p.

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