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Year: 2017
This short report illustrates a selection of the key findings, successes and lessons learnt of the Himalayan Climate Change Adaptation Programme (HICAP) over the period 2012–2017
Year: 2016
Mountain ecosystems are increasingly being affected by global environmental change, challenging the ubiquitous agro-ecosystem-based livelihoods of the people
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Year: 2015
Human activities and climate change are key factors impacting ecosystem functions and its goods and services, which are important to the livelihoods of mountain communities
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Year: 2015
Mountain ecosystems are increasingly being affected by global environmental change, challenging the ubiquitous agro-ecosystem-based livelihoods of the people
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Year: 2014
Human activities and climate change are key factors impacting ecosystem functions and its goods and services, which are important to the livelihoods of mountain communities
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Year: 2014
Payment for ecosystem services (PESs) is part of a new and more direct conservation and management paradigm explicitly recognizing: (1) the need to bridge the interests of communities connected by ecosystems, (2) the costs of securing and maintaining the provision of different ecosystem services and (3) that those who benefit from these services need to pay for these costs
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Year: 2013
Vulnerability assessments (VAs) are the dominant method to establish who and what is vulnerable to the negative effects of climate change
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Human activities and climate change are key factors impacting ecosystem functions and its goods and services, which are important to the livelihoods of mountain communities
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