Watershed Organisation Trust (WOTR), Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, NABARD, and World Resources Institute (WRI) organised the two day ‘National Workshop on Scaling up Good Practices for Climate Change Adaptation’ on 27-28th October in New Delhi. The aim of the National Workshop was to contribute towards Indian policy debates on adaptation and rural development so that they are better informed and contextualized based on lessons from ground realities.
Proceedings of international consultation: Adapting Agriculture in Semi-Arid India to a Global Temperature Rise of 1.5 °C
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Scaling Ecosystem based Adaptation in Maharashtra India: An Analysis of Policies and Programmes
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