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Year: 2018
The Hindu Kush Himalaya is undergoing rapid change, driven by twin megatrends of climate change and urbanisation, which threaten their crucial water-provisioning services for over a billion people across Asia and undermine quality of life, economic development, and environmental sustainability within the region
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Year: 2017
Regular supply of maintenance fund for water infrastructures in costal Bangladesh is a necessary condition for the existence of river embankments
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Year: 2016
It is predicted that by the 2050s, the Koshi (Kosi) River basin, the largest Himalayan basin in Nepal, will be experiencing frequent and devastating flooding events and lower lean season flows due to climate change
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Year: 2016
Mountains offer ideal conditions for the development of hydropower, but the uneven distribution of benefits from project development often create friction and development disputes between communities and project developers
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Year: 2016
In the villages perched high in the midhills of Nepal, springs are a lifeline – providing water to sustain the needs of households, their farms, and their livestock
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Year: 2015
The Hindu Kush Himalayas are called the water towers of Asia as they are the source of 10 major rivers and have the largest snow and ice deposits outside the two poles
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Year: 2015
This article examines the historical evolution of participatory water management in coastal Bangladesh
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Year: 2015
Irrigation Management Transfer and Participatory Irrigation Management (IMT/PIM) remain popular policies with national governments and international funding institutions
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