Mountain studies: Understanding and managing mountains for people and nature

Mountain studies: Understanding and managing mountains for people and nature

publication

Karakoram International University (KIU), Gilgit published a book (edited volume) entitled Mountain studies: Understanding and managing mountains for people and nature. The book was an outcome of a project under the U.S. – Pakistan University Partnerships Grants Program, funded by United States Government through the United States Educational Foundation in...

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"Restoring mountain ecosystems" theme of International Mountain Day 2023

"Restoring mountain ecosystems" theme of International Mountain Day 2023

peak to peak

The February 2023 issue of Peak to Peak announces the theme of International Mountain Day 2023: "Restoring mountain ecosystems". Top news stories highlight the addition of four new governments as members of the Mountain Partnership, a call for inputs for the 2022 Mountain Partnership Secretariat Annual Report, a recent conference...

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Expo 2020 Dubai Climate and Biodiversity Theme Week Insights

Expo 2020 Dubai Climate and Biodiversity Theme Week Insights

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From October 2021 to March 2022, Dubai and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) brought more than 200 nations and organizations together to chart a course forward for a cleaner, safer and healthier future for all. Designed in conjunction with 192 nations and adopted by the UAE Cabinet, the Programme for...

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Mountains and heritage-making - policy brief

Mountains and heritage-making - policy brief

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2022 is the international year of sustainable mountain development. The recent policy brief on Mountain and heritage-making was prepared with the support of the Geneva School of Social Sciences and the Mountain Partnership.

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COP15 should protect mountain landscapes, says new IIED publication

COP15 should protect mountain landscapes, says new IIED publication

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The new global biodiversity framework (GBF) due to be agreed at negotiations known as COP15 in Montreal in December, and aimed at halting and reversing the loss of nature, needs to protect biodiversity-rich mountain landscapes and the Indigenous People and local communities that govern them, according to a new...

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Mountain resolution approved at the United Nations

Mountain resolution approved at the United Nations

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The Economic and Financial Committee (Second Committee) of the United Nations General Assembly approved the new resolution on sustainable mountain development on 22 November 2022 during its seventy-seventh session. The resolution, which was co-sponsored by 110 States, discusses the social, environmental and economic statuses of mountain peoples and ecosystems and...

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