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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: 2015
Recent studies of Himalayan glacier recession indicate that there is wide variability interminus retreat rate and mass balance in the different sectors of the mountain range, primarily linked tothe topography and climate of the region
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Year: 2012
Field geomorphology and remote sensing data, supported by Optical Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) dating from the Mandakini river valley of the Garhwal Himalaya enabled identification of four major glacial events; Rambara Glacial Stage (RGS) (13 ± 2 ka), Ghindurpani Glacial Stage (GhGS) (9 ± 1 ka), Garuriya Glacial Stage (GGS) (7 ± 1 ka) and Kedarnath Glacial Stage (KGS) (5 ± 1 ka)
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Year: 2007
The idea of focusing on gender in a time of crisis may seem a misplaced priority
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Year: 2005
There are 50 million fewer women in South Asia today than there should be - girl babies are killed before birth through sex-selective abortions, or die prematurely through violence and neglect
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Year: 1995
Since 1990 interest in mountains has received an impetus with the establishment of the IUCN Commission on Mountain Protected Areas and the inclusion of Article 13 (Fragile Mountain Environments) of Agenda 21 at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED)
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