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Year: 2018
In mountainous regions, the resource management practices in the upstream areas, especially land and water management, have a direct impact on the downstream communities; at the same time, water availability can directly affect livelihood-related activities in both areas
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Year: 2017
Climate change has been a proven fact with increase in temperature and rainfall variability
Year: 2017
Problems arising from water scarcity and water-induced disasters are increasing due to factors induced by climatic variability as well as anthropogenic changes
Year: 2017
Around the world it has proven very difficult to develop policies and interventions that ensure socio environmentally sustainable groundwater use and exploitation
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Year: 2017
Since 2014, ICIMOD and HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation have initiated collaborative action research on Water Use Master Plans (WUMPs)
Year: 2017
Water is vital to human survival, livelihoods, the economy, and sustainable development
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Year: 2017
Estimating the hydrological regime of ungauged catchments in the Himalayan region is challenging due to a lack of sufficient monitoring stations
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Year: 2017
The Koshi river basin – shared by China, India, and Nepal – is home to iconic peaks, including Mount Everest, as well as signifi cant water resources stored in glaciers, snow, and glacial lakes
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Year: 2017
The Upper Indus Basin Network and Indus Forum Collaboration Meeting, a joint workshop, was conducted from 22–25 May 2017
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