Searching with a thematic focus on Water in climate change, Climate change in Nepal
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- DocumentWater Security in Peri-Urban South Asia, 2013The rapid and haphazard urbanization in Kathmandu and expansion of built- up area in the peripheral rural landscapes has resulted in formation of the peri- urban areas which are now themselves transforming into urban forms, and simultaneously, water diverted or transferred from these areas is rapidly increasing.DocumentWater Security in Peri-Urban South Asia, 2013Apart from modeling and quantitative analysis of climate change, it is also important to understand what local communities feel about climate change and how they are affected by it and are responding to those impacts in order to bring new policies and programmes in the particular area.DocumentWater Security in Peri-Urban South Asia, 2013The rapid and haphazard urbanization in Kathmandu valley and expansion of built-up area to the peripheral rural landscapes has resulted to formation of Peri- urban areas which are now themselves transforming into urban form. This paper examines how the increasing urban water demand has put unprecedented pressure on groundwater resources in the peri-urban areas of Kathmandu valley.DocumentWater Security in Peri-Urban South Asia, 2013Urbanization is a continued phenomenon all over the world. In Nepal, the processes of rapid urbanization initiated during the 1980s and accelerated in the following two decades. Kathmandu valley has been the most urbanized area of Nepal.DocumentWater Security in Peri-Urban South Asia, 2013The relationship between urbanisation, water insecurity, and climate change is becoming evident as cities are expanding in the global south. The first key challenge is to establish the links between these three themes.DocumentWater Security in Peri-Urban South Asia, 2013As geographical areas subjected to rapid urbanisation and constantly changing land use, peri-urban sites offer women and men greater economic opportunities.At the sametime,peri-urbanresidents areDocumentUN Women, 2015The Women for Water Partnership (WfWP) currently includes 26 women’s networks covering around 100 countries, predominantly in the developing world.Document
Impacts of climate change on hydrological regime and water resources management of the Koshi River Basin, NepalScience Direct, 2015This assessment is made of the hydrological regime of the middle hilly region of the Koshi River Basin in Nepal under climate change.Document
Climate Change, Out-migration and Agrarian Stress: The Potential for Upscaling Small-scale Water Storage in NepalInternational Water Management Institute, 2014This report explores the potential role of small-scale water storage infrastructure in two subbasins within the larger Koshi River Basin in central and eastern Nepal, yet shows that upscaling such infrastructure requires an appreciation of the other drivers of change in agriculture aside from climate (e.g., rising cost of living and poor terms of trade for agriculture).Document
Adapting to climate change for sustainable agribusiness in high mountain watersheds: a case study from NepalInternational Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, (ICIMOD), Nepal, 2014Working paper from the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development reports on two Nepalese pilot projects utilising participatory action research to increase climate-adaptation capacity and improve local watershed management.