Searching with a thematic focus on Climate change mitigation, Climate change in Bangladesh

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    Benefits and costs of climate change mitigation technologies in paddy rice: focus on Bangladesh and Vietnam

    Climate Change Agriculture Food Security, 2016
    Existing evidence and expert opinion indicate that AWD is very promising in terms of its potential to increase farmers’ yields and profits and GHG reduction potential in Bangladesh and Vietnam.
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    Role of domestic court and international arbitration in ensuring climate justice in Bangladesh

    Recently, an international Arbitration Tribunal, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), decided in favour of the ‘climate victims’ of Bangladesh against international gas extracting company, NIKO, and due to that decision, it will now be possible for the domestic courts of Bangladesh to hear the pending money suit on compensation.
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    Developing financeable NAMAs: a practitioner’s guide

    International Institute for Sustainable Development, 2013
    Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) are fast becoming the climate finance vehicle of choice to help developing countries transition to low carbon, climate resilient futures.
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    Governing the forests: an institutional analysis of REDD+ and community forest management in Asia

    International Tropical Timber Organization, 2013
    This report examines the history, structure and monitoring mechanisms of REDD+ to better understand how it impacts upon, and interacts with, Community Forest Management (CFM). It presents case studies of CFM and REDD+ governance from Bangladesh, Indonesia and India, and concludes with some lessons learned.
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    A toolkit for integrating disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation into ecosystem management of coastal and marine areas in south Asia

    United Nations Development Programme, 2012
    This comprehensive toolkit, jointly produced by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) India and the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) Asia Pacific Secretariat, seeks to provide strategies for integrating disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA) into ecosystem management of coastal and marine areas in south Asia.
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    Climate change, its impacts and possible community based responses in Bangladesh - Bangla version

    Norwegian Church Aid, 2012
    This paper aims to summarise current international and national literature on climate change and put it into language which will be more easily understood by development practitioners in Bangladesh and elsewhere.  This version is in Bangla.Specifically, the paper is divided into the following sections:
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    Center for Participatory Research and Development (CPRD)

    The Center for Participatory Research and Development (CPRD) promotes people-centred sustainable development by innovation, application and advancement of appropriate scientific, technical and local k
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    IDLO-CISDL compendium of legal best practices on climate change policy

    International Development Law Organisation, 2011
    This paper highlights the challenges that governments face in implementing their international climate change policy commitments and the means to addressing these challenges. The authors note that international action on climate change is a relatively new phenomenon and legal systems were designed prior to the establishment of the multilateral climate change regime.
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    An ICT-based community plant clinic for climate-resilient agricultural practices in Bangladesh

    Centre for Development Informatics, 2011
    The southwest coastal region of Bangladesh is particularly climate vulnerable; impacted both by immediate climate events and by longer term climate change. As a result, local farmers are demanding information about pest control, new saline tolerant varieties, improved agricultural management practices, and early warning of weather events, amongst others.
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    Skills for Green Jobs: A Global View

    International Labour Organization, 2011
    This volume examines the experiences of 21 developed and developing countries in adjusting their training provision to meet the new demands of a greener economy. It shows that skills development is critical to unlocking the employment potential of green growth, yet skills shortages are becoming an obstacle in realising this potential.