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Year: 2019
The Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region comprises of areas which are highly vulnerable to flood risks
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Year: 2016
Existing documentation establishes evidence that the Hindu Kush Himalayan region is vulnerable to climatic and weather variability, and to extreme events whose adverse impacts are already being observed
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Year: 2012
The demand for green national accounts has been prompted by the recognition that contemporary accounts are an unsatisfactory basis for economic evaluation
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Year: 2008
In this paper I offer a fairly complete account of the idea of social discount rates as applied to public policy analysis
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Year: 2006
This study investigates the role of common property resources as a source of sustainable income in the context of opportunities created by economic development
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Year: 2004
We survey those recent developments in environmental and resource economics that have been prompted by a puzzling cultural phenomenon, where one group (usually natural scientists) sees in humanity’s current use of Nature’s services symptoms of a deep malaise, even while another group (usually economists) documents the fact that people today are on average better off in many ways than they had ever been (so why the gloom?)
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Dasgupta, P. in TERI