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000032716 037__ $$aARTICLE--2017-034
000032716 041__ $$aEnglish
000032716 245__ $$aClimate Plus Change: Actions for Adaptation and Transformation for the Hindu Kush-Himalayan Region
000032716 245__ $$bGB Pant Memorial Lecture, September 10, 2015 at Kosi- Katarmal, Almora
000032716 260__ $$c2015
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000032716 507__ $$aDavid Molden, dmlecture
000032716 520__ $$aThe Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) mountains provide a range of services to people in Asia, including water, food, energy, and biodiversity. About 1.3 billion people living downstream of these mountains benefit from HKH water that serves vast irrigated areas in ten major river basins. The food produced from this water contributes to the food security of more than one-third of humanity. The mountains are home to treasured biodiversity, and include four of the world’s 34 global biodiversity hotspots. Mountain ecosystems have nourished diverse cultures over millennia, and resilient mountain communities have found ways to survive and thrive in these remote, fragile, and harsh environments. 
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