By: Sultan Ishaq - 08 May 2017
The communities of Upper Hunza, reside in a challenging terrain with harsh climatic conditions. In such conditions, viable forms of livelihoods are necessary. Sultan Ishaq writes about PARC’s one such intervention of a livelihood means at its study site in Gircha.
By: Amir Fahim - 20 Mar 2017
In this article written on the eve of International Women’s Day, the challenges that women are facing in Pakistan with respect to climate change. Bringing women to the forefront in issues of health and well-being and educating them about climate impacts remains a challenge for the region.
By: Ali Kamran - 23 Jan 2017
Younger Pakistani farmers prefer using electrical or diesel pumping systems compared to the traditional Persian-wheel system. But when they face electricity shortage, what are the possible solutions?
By: Binod Parajuli - 19 Oct 2016
Binod Parajuli, selected as a Climate Tracker for the 5th APAN conference in Sri Lanka, describes the need for coordinated efforts from civil society, intergovernmental organisations and other empowered agencies, for adaptation work in Nepal.
By: Santosh Nepal and Arthur Lutz - 04 Oct 2016
The study of the scale of climate change happening across the Hindu Kush Himalayan region, is recounted by Santosh Nepal. He along with researchers from Future Water, NL, discuss the methodology and various climate model data used in order to understand climate change in the HKH region.
By: Ganesh Gorti - 30 Sep 2016
Every year Delhi makes headlines for the rising temperatures that the city faces during peak summers. TERI along with ALTERRA describe their heat measurement campaign during one such summer in two different localities-one a slum and the other in an affluent neighbourhood.
By: Prasoon Singh and Suruchi Bhadwa - 26 Sep 2016
The phenomenon of temperature rise in urban centers, has gained attention in the recent decades. This blog focuses on a study conducted by TERI and ALTERRA on rising heat sterss in Delhi’s neighbourhood.