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ICIMOD recognizes the media’s role in spreading awareness to researchers, policymakers, stakeholders, and the general public on various issues related to climate change and sustainable mountain development. Therefore, acknowledging the crucial
primary goal of ICIMOD Media Fellowship 2014 is to help strengthen capacity of environmental journalists from Bhutan. The Fellowship aims to facilitate a deeper understanding of issues related to climate change and sustainable mountain development.
PhD fellowships to work with ICIMOD scientists on improving knowledge about emissions sources, atmospheric processes, atmospheric change, and impacts in the Hindu Kush Himalayan region.
Four journalists from Bhutan awarded the ICIMOD Media Fellowship 2014
Media Fellowship Programme 2017
Silwal presented a poster on the ‘Application of CORDEX Ensemble to Simulate Climate Change Impacts on Flow Regime in the Upper Chamkhar Catchment, Bhutan’ during a session for Current and future Hydroclimate Changes.
Arshini Saikia is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Atmospheric Studies, Dibrugarh University, India and was a PhD fellow for the ICIMOD PhD Fellowship 2016.
Bhupendra Das from Nepal is a PhD candidate at the Central Department of Environmental Science, Institute of Science and Technology, Tribhuvan University (TU), Nepal.
Parth Sarathi Mahapatra joined ICIMOD as a PhD fellow February 2016. While a PhD student, he was enrolled at the Academy for Scientific and Innovative Research and was working at the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Institute of
Manisha Mehra, one of the Atmosphere Initiative’s PhD fellows, is currently pursuing her PhD from the Institute of Environment & Sustainable Development (IESD), Banaras Hindu University (BHU), and Varanasi, India.
Chaman Gul from Pakistan is a PhD student of the Cold and Arid Regions Environmental & Engineering Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Science
We come from all the countries in the HKH region and many countries beyond, at present some 19 different nationalities in all, and we cover the diverse range of subjects related to sustainable mountain development.
Over the past decade, concern for the changes wrought on ecosystems and livelihoods by climate and other changes has prompted greater awareness of the importance of this valuable resource for mountain people and downstream populations. However,
We support regional transboundary programmes through partnership with regional partner institutions, facilitate the exchange of experience, and serve as a regional knowledge hub. We strengthen networking among regional and global centres of