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Year: 2016
This book pursues a comprehensive approach so as to arrive at a better understanding of the implications of climate change on sustainable development, focusing on the perspective of water
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Year: 2016
This publication underscores that investments in mountain regions need to be creative and must account for social and environmental dimensions in order to generate sustainable long-term returns
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Year: 2016
The Himalayas, Hindu Kush, Karakorum mountains and the Tibetan Plateau make up the Hindu Kush-Himalayan (HKH) region, an area that has more snow and ice resources than any other region outside of the Polar Regions (Fig
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Year: 2015
This paper assesses the development challenges and opportunities in the CHT and proposes some integrated strategies for the development of the farm and non-farm sectors within a supportive environment that provides peace, stability, and good governance, together with appropriate policies and institutional mechanisms
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Year: 2015
To support enabling, sustainable, and resilient mountain development for improved and equitable livelihoods, ICIMOD recognizes the private sector as a fundamental stakeholder
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Year: 2014
The Tibetan plateau is the source of most of the major rivers of Asia and has a huge impact on the livelihoods of the population, who have for centuries engaged in traditional herding practices
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Year: 2014
This side event will bring together global experts in conservation and development in the transboundary landscapes of the HKH region
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Year: 2014
This article highlights the results of an action research to upgrade mountain farmers of bay leaf (Cinnamomum tamala Nees and Eberm) in Udayapur district of Nepal
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