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Ecosystems and livelihoods separated by thousands of miles in the gulf and Himalayas are closely linked by wind patterns that sweep the Asian continent. Ready the full article by our research fellows on The Third Pole.
The Himalayas and the Arabian Gulf
Letters from Base Camp 2
Everest Base Camp is ever-changing. The weather, the comings and goings, new world records — and the ice beneath. The night is punctuated...
Letters from Everest Base Camp 1
Film-maker sends a weekly diary as climbers begin to scale the highest mountain in the world
Tales of a (Un)Holy River: An Exploration into the Sacred and Profane
"Even with all my filth, I am still considered holy. And, this family reveres my presence" (Irland, 2015). These were the words written...
Nepal Needs to Rethink Development of its Water Resources
Upon the advent of the multiparty democracy in the early 1990s, veteran leader Krishna Prasad Bhattarai boasted to “wash the streets of...
Women and Water: Why it matters?
Water policies need to be designed with the needs and perspectives of women.
Kathmandu valley’s globally unique water systems
Kathmandu valley's globally unique water systems amidst the changing development narrative in Nepal.
Tracing past glacial floods in Kangchenjunga
Satellite imagery is useful, but involving local people in research can often help fill gaps in research of glacial floods.
Dr. Alton Byers - Podcast Highlights
From our episode: A Guide to GLOFs and their Implications
A Nepalese Region Reclaims Its Holy Water
Nubri Valley is an ethnically Tibetan region in the Gorkha District of Nepal, hidden deep within the Himalayas.
A Himalayan Challenge
The Himalayan mountains will be hotspots in more ways than one.
Human face of a Himalayan climate crisis
The climate story of communities living downstream from a dangerous glacial lake
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