homolata, Author at SAR-CLIMATE

Author: homolata

Gender Equality and Social Inclusion in Disaster Risk Reduction

SummaryDetailsSuggest an EditSummary This course helps participants from different stakeholders groups to learn not just concepts and principles and focuses on operationalizing GESI mainstreaming into climate change and disaster risk reduction. Details The Impacts of disasters and climate change is not gender neutral. e disproportionate impacts include social and economic marginalization; barriers in accessing education; [...] Read More

Climate News 27 February – 27 March 2024

Bhutan launches an environmental Analysis Report: Taking the Green Growth Agenda Forward Source: National Environmental Commission  Date: 12th March 2024 The Ministry of Energy and Natural resources launched the Country Environment Analysis Report for Bhutan. The report provides a unique development landscape, highlighting its success in sustainability and carbon neutrality, while also acknowledging emerging challenges [...] Read More

Climate Change News 27 February – 27 March 2024

Why Bhutan launches an environmental Analysis Report: Taking the Green Growth Agenda Forward  Source: National Environmental Commission Date: 12 March 2024 The Ministry of Energy and Natural resources launched the Country Environment Analysis Report for Bhutan. The report provides a unique development landscape, highlighting its success in sustainability and carbon neutrality, while also acknowledging emerging [...] Read More

Climate News 27 January – 27 January 2024

Why 2024 needs to deliver on Climate finance for South Asia  Source: Climate Analytics Date: 27 Feb 2024 Without climate finance the climate process will halt. For climate action to be on track, 2024 needs to be the year of climate finance. South Asia would need roughly around $200 billion per year out to 2030 [...] Read More

IWRM Implementation in Nepal: Harmonizing Water Demand and Supply Dynamics

IWRM Implementation in Nepal: Harmonizing water demand and supply Dynamics The study is part of a series of studies developed under ADPC's CARE for South Asia project and reviews the status of implementation of Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) in Nepal. The review discusses the current implementation mechanism of IWRM and resource allocation between competing [...] Read More

Assessment of Water Sector Policies and Guidelines of Nepal: Identifying Gaps and Assessing Needs

The report presents a comprehensive review of the policies, strategies, plans, and legislations related to the water resources sector in Nepal. The report also outlines recommendations of proactive plan and the roadmap to adapt to the challenges imposed by climate change by adopting a science-based decision-making approach. The country’s policies appear to be climate responsive [...] Read More

Water Harvesting Assessment: Strengthening Water Security in Nepal

OverviewOverview Ensuring water security in rural agrarian societies, is an appropriate strategy of climate adaptation and building resilience in the battle against climate change. Water harvesting and water storage, strengthens water security which can also help attain food security. Different mechanisms like irrigation in agriculture to increase production, and energy security through the adoption of [...] Read More

Deforestation Exacerbates Climate Change in Manipur in India

Image credit: Unsplash Climate Change in Manipur in India Manipur, nestled in the northeastern corner of India, shares borders with Myanmar and the Indian states of Nagaland, Mizoram, and Assam. A distinctive feature of Manipur is the coexistence of multicultural ethnic communities, each with its customary laws, cultures, religions, and identities, symbolizing “unity in diversity.” [...] Read More

Climate News 27 January – 27 February 2024

Why 2024 needs to deliver on climate Finance for South Asia  Source: Climate Analytics Date: 27 Feb 2024 Without climate finance the climate process will halt. For climate action to be on track, 2024 needs to be the year of climate finance. South Asia would need roughly around $200 billion per year out to 2030 [...] Read More

Climate-Resilient Rural Roads in Bangladesh- Features and Benefits

Photo Credit- ADPC Transport Team, Bangladesh, 2022 Climate change has widespread, disproportionate, and unpredictable impacts on Bangladesh's remote, vulnerable, and high-risk regions. The rural inhabitants are more at risk due to socio-economic challenges and extreme weather events. The rural communities are deeply intertwined with the natural environment and reliant on traditional livelihoods. The recurrent impacts [...] Read More