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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
There are many similar schemes to the payment for ecosystem services (PES) scheme in the Hindu Kush Himalayas (HKH) region, that aim at channelling financial and non-financial benefits (for example, as development projects) to the communities providing various ecosystem services, through an established institutional mechanism (Bhatta and Kotru, 2012; Bhatta et al
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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: 2018
Wetlands cover 5–10% of the earth’s terrestrial surface
Year: 2017
Using behavioral economic theory and statistical methods, this study estimates the use value of ecosystem services that the households living in the three watersheds and visitors to the Patal Bhuwaneshwar Cave Temple of the Kailash Sacred Landscape (KSL) area derive from the sites under consideration
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Year: 2017
This study assesses the causes of forest resource depletion in the Poba reserve forest, Assam, India
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Year: 2017
This study was carried out to design an incentive payment for an ecosystem services (IPES) scheme in the Baitadi Town Water Supply and Sanitation Project of Nepal
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