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Year: 2016
Cooking with open fire has been crucial for occupants’ health due to poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in most of the rural households
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Year: 2016
Mountains offer ideal conditions for the development of hydropower, but the uneven distribution of benefits from project development often create friction and development disputes between communities and project developers
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Year: 2016
This is a collection of stories represents an introduction to the people and places benefiting from the work of ICIMOD’s Koshi Basin Programme
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Year: 2015
The book comprises comprehensive information covering physical, socio-economic, biological and environmental aspects of Kangchenjunga Landscape in eastern Nepal, an important landscape with extraordinary biological and cultural diversity, as well as water resources
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Year: 2014
South Asia is vulnerable to extreme weather events, and the Indus River basin (IRB) is subject to flood risk
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Year: 2010
The Kosi flood disaster of 2008 in Bihar and also in Nepal highlights two key issues relating to flood control
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Year: 2010
The needs for advanced studies on impacts of climate change have been realised
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Year: 2009
Rangelands represent one of the most important natural resources in mountainous regions of northern Nepal
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Year: 2009

The research explores the current and future conservation regime, and local population ecology of globally threatened water bird Sarus Crane (Grus antigone antigone) in Rupandehi, and Kapilvastu districts of Nepal

A total of 168 Sarus Cranes were recorded in the area (100 in Rupandehi and 68 in Kapilvastu district). Overall population density of Sarus Crane was 9.3 individual/100 km2. Seventy percent of Sarus Cranes were using farmland while 30% using wetland as a regular habitat. Current threats to the Sarus Crane population are habitat loss and degradation, high electrical cable line, sugar cane cultivation surrounding the Sarus crane habitat, dam and cementation in water canal, water pollution due to nutrients and chemical leakage in water bodies, environmental contamination and other anthropogenic causes
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