Himalayan Nations Sign Adaptation Declaration at Climate Summit
December 6, 2011 | From the field | Conservation & Sustainable Development

The governments of India, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Bhutan signed a regional climate change adaptation declaration at the MacArthur-supported Climate Summit for a Living Himalayas in Bhutan.  The four countries agreed to cooperate on increasing access to “affordable and reliable” clean energy resources and technology; ecosystem and disaster management; knowledge sharing in water use efficiency, and improving understanding of impacts of climate change on water resources across the region; adaptive approaches to improving and sustaining food production; and the creation of an interconnected mosaic of conservation spaces across the Eastern Himalayas.

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