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Central Asia Climate Change Conference
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April 3 - 4, 2018
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
24 January

Tashkent will host Central Asia Climate Change Conference

The region of Central Asia is one of the most vulnerable to climate change impacts. Intensive melting of mountain glaciers, growing frequency of natural disasters and droughts are amongst just a few indicators of climate-related risks, which can bring irreversible damage to economic stability and food security in the region

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Featured Publications

Review of implementation of the international environmental conventions in Central Asia
Author: Zhanel Karina, CAREC Environmental Management Programme Specialist
Rethinking Water in Central Asia: The costs of inaction and benefits of water cooperation
Authors: Pohl, Benjamin, Annika Kramer, William Hull, Sabine Blumstein, Iskandar Abdullaev, Jusipbek Kazbekov, Tais Reznikova, Ekaterina Strikeleva, Eduard Interwies, Stefan Görlitz

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