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Nepal's Climate

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Hanna Boyd

on 13 November 2015

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Nepal's Climate
Climate Change
Flooding is caused by increased temperatures due to glaciers melting.There is an issue with lakes not being able to support melt water and as a result, they are flooding valleys. Landslides will increase in mountains regions because slopes will become unstable. This will result in less crops. There will be even more rain during the monmoon perod.
Thank you!
What can we do to help?
In the past few years, Nepal has moved its National Adaption Programme of Action (NAPA), a funded Pilot Program On Climate Resilience (PPCR), enacted a national Climate Change Policy (CCP) , and has proved testing ground for emerging Local Adaption Plans of Action (LAPA). The climate institutions have been the same with a simiarly growing portfolio of agriculture investment and research plans.
Nepal's Location & History
Nepal is located in Asia

2001- Maoist rebels start a campaign of violence. Prime Minister GP Koirala quits over the violence
2002- Parliament dissolved, new elections called political confrontation over extending the state of emergency.
2014- Nepal and India sign a $1billion deal to build a hydro power plant on Nepal's Arun river to help resolve crippling energy shortages
2015- Government sets up two commissions to investigate war crimes committed during the decade-long Maoist insurgency.

People effected by Climate Change
Nomads and livestock farming have found negative impact through climatic variability at upper Mustang (Lomathang).Most highland communities depend on cattle and sheep farming and, therefore, have serious concerns over the decreasing making of grass in the Himalayan grassland.
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