19 Jul 2017: As South Asia looks ahead in its pursuit of developing its economy, there are many existing and potentially new areas of vulnerability that it must consider and build resilience in.
14 Jul 2017: The third chapter of the ICIMOD supported 'Certificate Programme in Climate Change' concluded in June in Chitwan. The future of this training program looks promising as its syllabus has been adopted by the Rampur Agricultural University, and interest has been shown by officials in other countries.
12 Jun 2017: Supported by CEDAR, various members of civil society, bloggers, professionals and students took part in a silent march around Lake Nainital to raise awareness about its declining condition.
24 May 2017: In order to better understand the water balance component within the Gandaki basin a J2000 hydrological model has been applied with the help from data from precipitation and climate stations in the Gandaki basin.
22 May 2017: This report shows how water—a precious, unique, and finite resource—is not only contested in itself but also drafted as a weapon in conflicts
08 May 2017: At its 3rd Annual Learning Review, HI-AWARE along with other CARIAA members, discuss windows of opportunities in making research being generated by the initiative, more visible.
18 Apr 2017: Mapping climate, gender and socio-ecological challenges
01 Apr 2017: In its second iteration of the Cilmate Change Certification Programme, HI-AWARE interacts with government officials to explore the concepts of hazards, risks and vulnerabilities.
31 Mar 2017: A second video in the HI-AWARE Explains series that looks at iron testing in ground water through a unique method.
12 Feb 2017: HI-AWARE was nominated as one of the winners of the Gender Innovation Award on the event of International Women's Day, 2017