More than 500 million people in South Asia depend directly on the Himalayas for their survival. But this fragile mountain eco-system is particularly sensitive to climate change. In regions like Uttarakhand, India, the effects of global warming have manifested rapidly and are only predicted to intensify, with far-reaching impacts on food and water security.
In this episode, we explore some of the different ways that communities and state-supported researchers are attempting to adapt in the face of climate change.
This report was produced with the support of the Earth Journalism Network.
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