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Year: 2017
This framework document has been prepared by the team at ICIMOD working on various aspects of ecosystem management in collaboration with the United Nations Environment – World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP–WCMC), with technical inputs from eminent ecologists, gender and governance specialists, sociologists and economists from the region
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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
This study was carried out to investigate abundance, distribution, structure and conservation status of three major ungulate species viz
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Year: 2015
Natural wetlands constitute one of the major sources of methane emission to the atmosphere
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Year: 2015
This study was carried out to investigate abundance, distribution, structure and conservation status of three major ungulate species viz
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Year: 2014
Migratory livestock raising has been one of the most important livelihood options for people residing in high mountain areas and has made a significant contribution to the economy of the Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region, both in terms of supporting households and in export earnings
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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 publication provides a valuable baseline on issues related to biodiversity conservation and sustainable development in the Karakoram-Pamir region of China and Pakistan
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Year: 2013
The interfaces between high-altitude rangelands and other ecosystems in the Hindu Kush Himalayan region such as forests, wetlands, and agricultural land are suffering from degradation, desertification, and soil erosion, which are further aggravated by climatic and anthropogenic factors
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Year: 2013
Migratory pastoralism is an adaptation to a harsh and unstable environment, and pastoral herders have traditionally adapted to environmental and climatic change by building on their in-depth knowledge of this environment
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