Re-examining the environmental issues and related policies from the perspective of the poor helps in understanding the linkages between them and in identifying the constraints faced by poor people in their day to day lives.

The objectives of the study are: Identify how forest ecosystems support enhancement of adaptive capacity of local communities; Analyze win-win roles of forests for climate change mitigation and adaptation (using multi-criteria analysis); Analyze policy gaps in Nepal to bring forests in the forefront of climate change adaptation while enhancing m

The overall objectives of the study was to explore possibility of REDD plus implementation in CFM areas. Furthermore the study assessed the bio-physical potentiality of forests in line to climate change adaptation.

Sustainable management of NTFPs requires precise scientific information which ultimately augments responsible management as well as responsible business practices, and more importantly enhance customary rights of indigenous people and local communities through increasing knowledge base existed.

Water Resource of Nepal in the Context of Climate Change is an attempt to show impacts of climate change on one of the important sector of life, water resource. Water is considered to be a vehicle to climate change impacts and hence needs to be handled carefully and skillfully.

Forests are proved to be an efficient and economical method for reducing emission and reducing the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

This paper looks at the progress made in the implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in the eight countries of the Hindu Kush-Himalayan region using the national reports to the CBD as the primary source.

This paper seeks to understand whether decentralized management of forests can reduce forest loss in developing

A comprehensive priority framework to support and provide strategic direction to the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, its technical services and agencies for the implementation of Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management (DRM) priorities in agriculture and allied sectors.

Around half of the world’s population depends directly or indirectly on mountain resources for different products and services. Having a means for economic valuation of these services will help increase recognition of their value and provide a way of ensuring fair distribution of the costs and benefits of conservation and sustainable use of natural resources.