This report is a synthesis of two studies that sought to understand the policy contexts for addressing climate change adaptation and key conservation issues in Nepal and Bhutan, which have many significant commonalities and differences. The purpose of this synthesis is to compare the policy contexts for mainstreaming climate change adaptation in Bhutan and Nepal, and to draw lessons that might help improve policies in the two countries and beyond.
Davis, M. and L. Li 2013. Understanding the Policy Contexts for Mainstreaming Climate Change in Bhutan and Nepal: A Synthesis. Regional Climate Change Adaptation Knowledge Platform for Asia, Partner Report Series No. 10. Stockholm Environment Institute, Bangkok
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