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Year: 2019
Springs are the most important source of water for millions of people in the mid-hills of the Himalaya
Year: 2018
Deliberation over how to adapt to short or long-term impacts of climate change takes place in a complex political setting, where actors’ interests and priorities shape the temporal dimension of adaptation plans, policies and actions
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Year: 2016
This paper addresses the mainstreaming of uncertainty in Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) using as a case South and Southeast Asia, a region highly vulnerable to a wide range of natural disasters
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Year: 2015
Within the context of disaster risk reduction, including climate change adaptation, significant thematic discourse has been dedicated to the difficulty of implementing research-based knowledge in policy and practise
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Year: 2015
For mid-latitude cities, higher summer temperatures due to climate change are a cause for concern because they aggravate the urban heat island phenomenon and reduce thermal comfort inside buildings
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Year: 2015
The velocity of climate change is an elegant analytical concept that can be used to evaluate the exposure of organisms to climate change
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Year: 2014
Recurring drought is a major challenge in the Drought Prone Area of Maharashtra State in India
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Year: 2013
This article uses the need for more inspiration in people to act on climate change as a basis for exploring some thoughts on the societal and environmental challenges of climate change
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Year: 2012
Mountain springs emanating naturally from unconfined aquifers are the primary source of water for rural households in the Himalayan region
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