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Year: 2017
ABSTRACTHimalaya foothill geo-environment is highly vulnerable for flood disaster due to climate change and dynamic upstream hydrological process which reshaped its downstream foothill geomorphology
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Year: 2017
The overarching recognition in all the literature is that climate change will have huge and largely detrimental impacts on vulnerable communities, and that gender will be a defining feature in shaping individuals’ experiences of adverse circumstances
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Year: 2017
Vulnerability to and perceptions of climate change may be significantly affected by gender
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Year: 2017
This paper examines the role of financial remittances on the adaptive capacity of households in flood-affected rural communities of Upper Assam in India
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Year: 2016
The impacts of future climate change could be significantly reduced if people were better able to cope with present climate risks
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Year: 2016
There is a growing consensus among migration scholars that remittances tend to be a counter-cyclical shock absorber in times of crisis
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Year: 2016
This study presents a systematic evaluation of a year-long, continuous, real-time measurements of gaseous pollutants including oxides of nitrogen (NOx = NO + NO2), carbon monoxide (CO), and ozone (O3) in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Delhi
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Year: 2015
A starting point for adapting to longer-term climate change could be adaptation to short-term climate variability and extreme events
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Year: 2014
Natural resource-dependent isolated mountain communities are highly vulnerable to climatic and environmental stresses, and migration is often the most important livelihood diversification strategy for insuring a household against shocks
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Year: 2014
In the Hindu Kush Himalayas, climate change is threatening the livelihoods of those directly dependent on agriculture and the natural resource base
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