Reports

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Year: 2012
India's trans-boundary riparian policies affect four countries - Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh - on three river systems - the Indus, the Ganga and the Brahmaputra-Mehgna
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Year: 2011
This report by Strategic Foresight is a comprehensve analysis of India-Pakistan controversy over Indus Water treaty and provides recommendations that will assist water cooperation between these two nations in the future
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Year: 2011
Climate change is predicted to have severe consequences for South Asia, particularly in agriculture, which employs more than 60 per cent of the region’s labor force
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Year: 2010
This report, commissioned by the United States Institute of Peace, examines the Indus Waters Treaty and its role in contemporary international hydropolitics in the Indus basin, paying particular attention to the most recent river development projects on the Indian side of the Indus’s three western tributaries
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Year: 2010
This report provides a summary of the key findings of a short field visit (10-13 April, 2010) to the Attabad landslide and damming site in the Hunza Valley
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Year: 2010
This paper deems that beside the unprecedented natural disaster of floods, Pakistan confronts the twin challenges of stabilising a fragile democratic transition and countering violent extremism
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Year: 2009
The fourth national report provided a unique opportunity to assess the progress made on the implementation of the CBD and related conventions
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Year: 2009
Water resources in Indus-Gangetic basin serve as a powerful tool for development and for overcoming poverty in the region
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Year: 2009
This study was commissioned to review the impact of climate change on Pakistan's rural disaster-prone communities in Badin (Sindh), Rajanpur (Punjab), and Khuzdar (Balochistan)
Year: 2009
Gender roles in agricultural activities in the developing world where agriculture accounts for up to 80% of employment, are still not fully documented and recognized
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