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The Hindu Kush Himalaya (HKH) are crucially important region for the world. These mountains serve as the ‘Water Towers of Asia’, providing water to over 1.3 billion people, and a number of other services, including food, biodiversity, and

Nepal-ICIMOD Day: Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience Building in Nepal

COP17/CMP7 - United Nations Climate Change Conference 2011

Second edition of CLIMATE+CHANGE exhibition to open at International Mountain Museum, Pokhara on World Tourism Day, 27 September 2014

CLIMATE+CHANGE exhibition set to open on International Mountain Day

Inception workshop - Himalayan Climate Change Adaptation Programme Upper Salween-Mekong Basin

Sweet adaptation to climate change in the Himalayas

The Indus is one of the most meltwater-dependent rivers on earth. It hosts a large, rapidly growing population, and the world’s largest irrigation scheme. Understanding the hydrology of the upper Indus basin is challenging. The Hindu Kush,

Information and Knowledge Sharing: Climate Change Adaptation - A Programme for Laxmi Bank Limted, Nepal

New programme in Salween-Mekong basin targets women’s adaptation to climate change

Workshop on Climate Change, Remittances, and Adaptation in Upper Assam

Regional Workshop on Climate Change Impacts in Asian Mountains

the Norwegian involvement in climate change adaptation, food security and gender issues in the Hindu Kush Himalayas under the Himalayan climate change Adaptation Assessment Programme, an initiative funded by the governments of

Regional Workshop on Climate Change Impacts in Asian Mountains

Panel discussion with International and Regional Experts on Climate Change and its Relevance to Us

Supporting Climate Change Adaptation Policy and Action in the HKH region: Strengthening Communication Approaches for Science-Policy-Practice Interfacing


Studies have provided different findings on temperature trends in the region and the basin (Bhutiyani et al 2009). Although Fowler and Archer (2006) have shown that mean and minimum summer temperatures provide a consistent trend of cooling beginning