Mountain livelihoods

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Year: 2018
Wetlands cover 5–10% of the earth’s terrestrial surface
Year: 2018
Participatory natural resource management is good for biodiversity-dependent or conservation-linked livelihoods
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Year: 2017
this Manual based on the training approach and field-testing is particularly timely, as it is designed to deliver action-oriented learning in an effective manner
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Year: 2016
The report presents comprehensive updates on the progress made under Kailash Sacred Landscape Conservation and Development Initiative (KSLCDI) in 2016
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Year: 2017
Mountain communities of the Hindu Kush Himalaya (HKH) have a rich tradition of beekeeping and honey hunting with indigenous honeybee Apis cerana
Year: 2017
This Farmers Resource Book is based on a series of field consultations with large cardamom growers, field observations, focus group discussions, and surveys conducted in the large cardamom farming areas of Sikkim and the Kalimpong region of West Bengal, India, and Taplejung District, Nepal
Year: 2017
Mountain de-population poses a huge challenge in maintaining the cultural heritage and the mountain ecosystem
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Year: 2017
A consultation workshop was organized by the Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation (MoFSC), Research Centre for Applied Science and Technology, Tribhuvan University, Nepal, (RECAST) and the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) to understand issues, challenges and opportunities for promotion of transboundary tourism in the Kailash Sacred Landscape of Mapchya Rural Municipality, Nepal
Year: 2017
In the upper Kumaon region Yarshagumba (ophiocordyceps sinensis) collection is the main income source for nearly 18,000 households
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