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Workshop Proceedings, 2017

Only two-and-a-half percent of the water available on earth is freshwater. Thirty percent of the total volume of freshwater on earth is groundwater. Groundwater sources are massive but finite. Many human settlements around the globe are dependent on groundwater.

Workshop Proceedings, 2017

Local communities are considered more vulnerable to climate change due to their low adaptive capacity. In Nepal, many adaptation practices have been carried out to reduce its impacts by different institutions, Community forestry (CF) is one of them. CF in Nepal is considered as one of the successful institutions of Nepal and good governance of it is considered as the pillar of its success.

Workshop Proceedings, 2017

Environmental change is shaping human migration now and will do so in future; specifically through its influence on a range of economic, social and political drivers. Development of the vision for how human population movements across the world could be affected by global environmental changes with a focus on the diverse challenges and opportunities for populations in originating and receiving regions is as inevitable as environmental change.

Workshop Proceedings, 2017

Flood is a major disaster causing devastation every year in major river basins of Nepal and India. The risk associated with the floods can be reduced to greater extent with proper information flow regarding flood risk management.

Workshop Proceedings, 2017

Prajjwal Bhandari explores the irrigation system of Labdu Dhikure Shera, where women report of increased climatic stresses rendering the community vulnerable to climate change impacts.

Workshop Proceedings, 2017

An insight into the certificate program implemented by DCC, Chitwan, Practical Action, Nepal and ICIMOD, educating government and line officials in the importance of integrating the climate change context into their respective work plans.

Workshop Proceedings, 2017

In the June 2017 edition of our newsletter, read about 'Connecting Pixels to People', an interesting case study combining the subjects of GIS and migration. Also, get to know more about our pilots!

Workshop Proceedings, 2017

Vulnerability in South Asia is projected to increase as livelihoods continue to be jeopardised by physical factors such as resource damage, various meteorological changes and the widespread effect of water and vector-borne diseases. This infograph explores these issues.

Workshop Proceedings, 2017

Given the recent #Nepal #floods it is no surprise that a large number of people have been displaced. Based on a web graphic by UN Nepal Information Platform, the number of displaced households stands at 91,000. Family members will undoubtedly move in search of better opportunities, better resources and a better way of life for their loved one.

Workshop Proceedings, 2017

Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) conducted a stakeholder consultation workshop in Gilgit to consult local stakeholders for HI-AWARE’s planned work in high altitude areas of Gilgit Baltistan (GB), and to get feedback from the participants on effective research and development in GB.