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Workshop Proceedings, 2017

This report presents the findings of a situational analysis conducted in the upper parts of the Ganga basin to highlight critical sectors and the effect climate change has on them.

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Workshop Proceedings, 2017

How are communities faring with climate change impacts in mountain areas of Pakistan? This report describes an exchange hosted by HI-AWARE PARC partners in Sost, Pakistan, where issues of climate change and possible adaptation measures, were raised.

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Workshop Proceedings, 2017

The waterscape is a perspective that includes the way water travels in time and space and is shaped by culture and geography.

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Workshop Proceedings, 2017

Neglected and underutilized food crops (NUFCs) have high nutritional value, but their role in achieving nutrition security is not adequately understood in the HKH. This paper investigates the decline in cultivation of NUFCs in Pakistan and Nepal.

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Workshop Proceedings, 2017

The querulous nature of transboundary water governance is as old as the concept and practice of transboundary water management. This narrative review attempts to provide a justification for a pragmatic approach to transboundary water governance that goes beyond the dialectics of conflict and cooperation, particularly for countries in the HKH

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Workshop Proceedings, 2017

The study shows that communities within the Gandaki river basin are already experiencing climate change impacts, with a visible effect on their livelihoods. Local practices and on-ground planned and autonomous adaptation innovations are identified and analysed.

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Workshop Proceedings, 2017

In this version of the Winter 2016 edition, the HI-AWARE newsletter receives a face-lift. Major outcomes, latest publications, and media products are featured in this issue.

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Workshop Proceedings, 2017

In the flood prone context of the Gandaki river basin, this paper documents the complex interactions between local knowledge based forecasting of floods vs. official early warning systems.

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Workshop Proceedings, 2016

It is expected that climate and environmental change will hamper poverty reduction, or even exacerbate poverty in some or all of its dimensions. These changes will also affect opportunities for people to generate income. Within climate change hot-spots, innovative interventions are required to reduce such vulnerabilities.

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Workshop Proceedings, 2016

The effects of the 2015 Gorkha earthquake had both positive and negative impacts on migration patterns in earthquake affected districts. Post-earthquake the process of rebuilding was quite challenging with varied experiences for migrant and non-migrant households. These differences are explored further in this paper.

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