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Year: 2011
Mountain communities meet the numerous challenges inherent in living in a mountain environment with an array of livelihood strategies
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Year: 2011
People living in mountain ecosystems in the developing world are particularly vulnerable to climate change as a result of their high dependence on natural resources for their livelihoods, comparatively higher exposure to extreme events, and widespread poverty and marginalisation
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Year: 2010
The success of achieving the social goals of Payments for Environmental Services (PES) programmes, i
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Year: 2009
Poverty has many dimensions and each has its own causes and determinants that vary over time
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Year: 2009
About three quarters of the world’s poor live in rural areas
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Year: 2009
In "Our world
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Year: 2009
Here is a valuable synthesis of the contemporary knowledge about the state of world glaciers, taking into account the global importance of the phenomenon of recent glacial retreat, its recent evolution especially in the context of global warming, and the social, cultural, and political aspects of their presence and retreat
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Year: 2009
The Asia-Pacific region has been the fastest-growing part of the world for over 20 years and has made substantial progress in reducing poverty and hunger
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Year: 2009
There is little doubt that climate change will produce more frequent and severe weather patterns
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