Articles in peer-reviewed journals

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Year: 2018
Open burning of municipal solid waste (MSW) is a poorly-characterized and frequently-underestimated source of air pollution in developing countries
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Year: 2018
The Government of Nepal has been providing subsidies to promote biogas technology since the 1970s and Solar Home Systems (SHS) since the 1990s
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Year: 2018
Recent flood disasters in Nepal have been the result of a combination of a fast-growing vulnerability of the local population and variable, possibly changing climatic conditions
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Year: 2018
A hundred research priorities of critical importance to protected area management were identified by a targeted survey of conservation professionals; half researchers and half practitioners
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Year: 2018
Least Developed Countries are likely to be hit the hardest by climate change and need focused efforts towards adaptation
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Year: 2018
Traditional knowledge and practices are increasingly recognized in the resource conservation and management practices, however are declining in many parts of the world including Nepal
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Year: 2017
Regular supply of maintenance fund for water infrastructures in costal Bangladesh is a necessary condition for the existence of river embankments
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Year: 2017
Agriculture is an important type of land use but suffers from drought, especially under global climate change scenarios
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Year: 2017
Small-scale local data resources may serve to provide a highly resolved estimate of health effects, which can be spatially heterogeneous in highly populated urban centers in developing countries
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Year: 2017
Based on the questionnaire survey and key informant interview conducted in Baoshan prefecture located in western Yunnan province, this paper explores, while government promoted farmers’ out-migration as a response to local drought, the impacts of out-migration on local farmers climate change adaptability, through a comprehensive and comparative study on the difference of income source, drought response, family income distribution between remittance-recipient families and non remittance-recipient families
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