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Introduction

Mountain regions are a high-energy environment prone to seisms,landslides, floods and snow disasters. The response of mountainous regions inthe context of global change mainly due to climate change, to improvement inaccess, to the extension of human mobilities and social networks, and to policyinitiatives at international level through bilateral and multi-lateral agreements is ongoing, leading to obvious changes invarious types of ecosystems. Climate change not only affects biodiversity andecosystem services, but also greatly impacts people living in mountainousregions, due, for example, to  frequentenvironmental disasters, which directly or indirectly affect community safetyand challenge mountain development. As the “Third Pole” in the world, theHimalayas are known as the water tower of Asia, with a large area covered in snowand glaciers. The impact of climate change on the region has widely drawn theattention of many scientists for many years now, and improved knowledge on it hashelped the region to adapt to climate change to a considerableextent. Likewise, the improvement in accessibility to markets andservices, the development of tourism, and the introduction of policies relatedto conservation and development through bilateral and multilateral treaties andagreements have also generated several consequences in the sustainabledevelopment of mountain areas. Since the impact of global change is anever-increasing trend, we must continue to improve ourability to adapt to the changes. Therefore, this is the motivation andthe purpose for this meeting, to exchange and share the latest research findingsand knowledge of mountain development in the context of globalization andclimate change.

Committee

Dr. Narendra Raj Khanal, Head and Professor, Central Department of Geography, Tribhuvan University and President of Nepal Geographical Society – Coordinator, Nepal

Dr. Bhupa Prasad Dhamala, Director and Professor, Centre for International Relation, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

Dr. Hridaya Lal Koirala, Professor, Central Department of Geography, TU, Nepal

Dr. Deepa Shree Rawal, Senior Scientific Officer, Nepal Academy of Science and Technology, Nepal

Dr. Dhananjaya Regmi, Vice-President, Nepal Geographical Society, Nepal

Dr. Dibas Shrestha, Central Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, Nepal

Dr. Xiong DongHong, Professor, Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS, China

Ms. Zhang Ning, Secretary General, Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS, China

Call for paper

Important date

1970-01-01 00:00:00
Abstract submission deadline
1970-01-01 00:00:00
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1970-01-01 00:00:00
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1970-01-01 00:00:00
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Submission Topics

Impact of climate change on mountains

Ecological response and adaptation in mountains against background of climate change

Sustainable management of natural resources in mountain areas

Risk management of environmental disasters in mountain areas

Tourism and mobilities

Livelihood adaptation and sustainability in mountain areas

Policy tools for mountain development

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    Apr 21

    2018

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    Apr 26

    2018

  • Apr 26 2018

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