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Land Degradation and Climate Change E-magazine

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Vol NO: January – February 2009

The Climate in India has perceptibly changed in the last hundred years. The decadal and long-term changes observed have pointed towards increasing events of heavy rainfall, rapid warming of the Indian Ocean, weakening of monsoon Hadley Circulation and more. Keeping in mind these changes, a while part of this issue has been dedicated to climate change. The challenges to Biodiversity conservation can be met by safeguarding traditional knowledge and emerging biotechnologies, economic valuation and natural resource accounting,




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    Land Degradation and Climate Change E-magazine

    Date : January – February 2009

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    The Climate in India has perceptibly changed in the last hundred years. The decadal and long-term changes observed have pointed towards increasing events of heavy rainfall, rapid warming of the Indian Ocean, weakening of monsoon Hadley Circulation and more. Keeping in mind these changes, a while part of this issue has been dedicated to climate change. The challenges to Biodiversity conservation can be met by safeguarding traditional knowledge and emerging biotechnologies, economic valuation and natural resource accounting, policy legal and administrative measures and institutional support. In the backdrop of socio-cultural lieu, changing climatic regimes and often conflicting demand of various stakeholders, there is an urgent need for augmenting and accelerating the efforts for conservation of biological diversity in India, and for fair and equitable share of benefits arising for the utilisation of generic resources.

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