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Year: 2012
Beekeeping contributes to rural development by supporting agricultural production through pollination and by providing honey, wax, and other products for home use and sale
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Year: 2012
Beekeeping contributes to rural development by supporting agricultural production through pollination and by providing honey, wax, and other products for home use and sale
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Year: 2012
Beekeeping contributes to rural development by supporting agricultural production through pollination and by providing honey, wax, and other products for home use and sale
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Year: 2012
Flash floods are among the most destructive natural disasters in the Hindu Kush Himalayan region
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Year: 2012
Beekeeping contributes to rural development by supporting agricultural production through pollination and by providing honey, wax, and other products for home use and sale
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Year: 2012
Beekeeping contributes to rural development by supporting agricultural production through pollination and by providing honey, wax, and other products for home use and sale
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Year: 2011
Unstable geological conditions and steep topography, combined with frequent extreme weather conditions, make the Hindu Kush-Himalayan (HKH) region prone to many natural hazards
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Year: 2009
Mountain wetlands are critically important ecosystems that provide locally and globally significant social, economic, and environmental benefits
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