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Year: 2009
Improved management of natural resources is a potentially valuable approach for climate change mitigation and carbon sequestration and can be encouraged through the use of financial instruments
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Year: 2009
The Kailash Sacred Landscape (KSL) is a vast, very remote, and rugged mountainous region containing a diverse array of ecosystems, biomes, indigenous and endemic species, local cultures, and ethnic communities, and home to a broad range of endemic flora and fauna
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Year: 2009
The overall objective of the consultation was to provide a common platform for the fi ve participating regional member countries of the Hindu Kush-Himalayas (HKH), namely, Bhutan, China, India, Nepal, and Myanmar, to enable them to share their respective experiences and efforts in biodiversity conservation and management based on the landscape approach
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Year: 2008
Around the world, the old paradigm, ‘people or parks’, is giving way to a more humane ‘people and parks’ approach to biodiversity conservation
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Year: 2007
This Framework Paper presents the Regional Cooperation Framework developed for implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in the southern part of the Kangchenjunga landscape, which includes parts of Nepal, Sikkim (India), and Bhutan
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Year: 2006
Most people see shifting cultivation as outdated and destructive, but farmers in the eastern Himalayas still prefer to farm in this way
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Year: 2006
This Talking Points document revisits the communities surrounding Nanda Devi, where the Chipko movement in which tree-hugging village women successfully prevented state-organised timber concessionaires from felling forest trees began in the 1970s
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Year: 2005
The Himalaya comprises a continuous chain of high mountain ranges that stretches from Afghanistan in the west to China and Myanmar in the east and is the source of the great rivers of Asia
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Year: 2004
Landscape change in the mountains, including changes in land use, forests and agriculture, architecture, and dwelling areas, continues to be the subject of debate, but there are many uncertainties about past conditions, rates, and directions of change
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Year: 2004
This publication documents the proceedings of a workshop on 'Micronutrients in South and South East Asia' held in Kathmandu In September 2004
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