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In this section you will find a diverse range of EbA-related publications.

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7 Aug 2017
This paper explores possible ways to integrate conservation and development in transboundary landscapes of  Hindu Kush Himalayas (HKH) region based on review of various...
18 May 2017
This booklet sets out guidance for assessing the effectiveness of an ecosystem-based approach to climate change adaptation. It describes a process, based around asking a detailed...
12 May 2017
The Geographical Journal of Nepal is regular publication of the Central Department of Geography, Tribhuvan University. It is designed to stimulate scholars and to provide for...
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17 Apr 2017
This workshop brought together different stakeholders from China, Peru, the Albertine Rift region in Africa and UN agencies to explore the role of different community-led...
28 Feb 2017
The Hindu Kush Himalaya (HKH) is a global asset with rich cultural and biological diversity. The region is characterized by diverse ecosystems, and a wealth of natural resources....
24 Feb 2017
This new report explores the potential of seven innovative climate finance options to meet the financing needs of the Adaptation Fund, principally through the use of established...
4 Jan 2017
Over the last decades, it has become increasingly clear that anthropogenic climate change poses an immense threat not only to ecosystems, but also to human societies. Agriculture...
22 Nov 2016
Most ecological processes now show responses to anthropogenic climate change. In terrestrial, freshwater, and marine ecosystems, species are changing genetically, physiologically...
25 Oct 2016
In many developing regions of the world, economies and local communities depend largely on the services provided by ecosystems for their sustenance. Recent evidence has shown that...
25 Oct 2016
Climate change and the related adverse impacts are among the greatest challenges facing humankind during the coming decades. Even with a significant reduction of anthropogenic...
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