Strengthening responses to climate variability in South Asia

A report from DfID and USAID looking at the root causes of vulnerability and the opportunities for strengthening resilience to combined risks of climate change and conflict in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, and Pakistan.

Strengthening responses to climate variability in South Asia, April 2013
http://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/resources/ClimateChange_2013_DiscussionPaper_XSum_EN.pdf

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