Browsing All posts tagged under »Climate change«

A Global To Region Perspective: Raising Mountain Voice At Durban !

December 5, 2011

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On the expected outcomes from Durban Climate Change Conference (CoP 17) in terms of growing momentum of action and alarm bells from new researches. This discourse is about the meager role played by the leaders from most vulnerable regions like Himalayas and Andes during this important global conference.   With the representation of about 20,000 […]

Lost Himalayas!

August 1, 2011

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We boast, we host, and we are lost! It sounds the legacy of mighty Himalaya and its people. Here, agencies seem boasting the urgency and the welfare of mountain ecosystem (!), while people in the region are hosting their dialogues with utmost care, and then they are lost somewhere. The remains of show become reports […]

Adapting to Climatic Changes: Agro-pastoral communities in Himalaya

May 17, 2011

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With over 1.3 billion people living in extremely fragile ecosystem of Himalaya, its mountains provide sustenance, livelihoods and prosperity to millions of people downstream. Given the scenario of lifestyle of various communities living in far-flung areas of Himalayan Mountains, the process of development is taking its own course, which is also happening with agro-pastoral communities […]