Adapting to Climate Change and reducing the risk of disasters have never been more pertinent than today. Under these challenging times, the WOTR Centre for Resilience Studies brings to you a critical analysis of policies and programmes in its new publication titled Scaling Ecosystem based Adaptation in Maharashtra India: An Analysis of Policies and Programmes. The paper highlights the entry points or “windows of opportunity” for scaling-up sustainable land and water management efforts, focusing on the health of ecosystems and also improving equitable governance of natural resources for sustainable livelihoods.
Proceedings of international consultation: Adapting Agriculture in Semi-Arid India to a Global Temperature Rise of 1.5 °C
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