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Year: 2015
This is a case study presented during the INR 1
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Year: 2014
New hybrid forms of climate change adaptation combining local and nonlocal/scientific knowledge are emerging across the Asian Highlands region
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Year: 2014
The Asian Highlands, the vast mountainous area from Pakistan to China including the Hindu-Kush Himalaya and Tibetan Plateau, have considerable global importance; they are the source of most of the major rivers of Asia, which sustain billions of downstream dwellers, are part of four Global Biodiversity Hotspots, and support rich cultural diversity
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Year: 2014
New hybrid forms of climate change adaptation combining local and nonlocal/scientific knowledge are emerging across the Asian Highlands region
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Year: 2014
New hybrid forms of climate change adaptation combining local and nonlocal/scientific knowledge are emerging across the Asian Highlands region
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Year: 2013
To meet surging domestic energy demand, provide power to the largest population in the world that lacks electricity (>400 million people), and reduce rapidly growing CO2 emissions, the Government of India (GOI) has embarked on a fast-track dam-building program
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Year: 2009
The Greater Himalayas hold the largest mass of ice outside polar regions and are the source of the 10 largest rivers in Asia
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Year: 2009
The Greater Himalayas hold the largest mass of ice outside polar regions and are the source of the 10 largest rivers in Asia
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Year: 2009
The Greater Himalayas hold the largest mass of ice outside polar regions and are the source of the 10 largest rivers in Asia
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