Large landslide chews up terraces, farms, in Ramche, Nepal, nearLangtang National Park. See Himalaya section of website for more of this coverage
Landslides of 2010 damage roads, bridges on Revati River, Bageshwar District of Uttarakhand, India
Huge landslides in recent years isolated Jibjibe, Nepal, from roads, water & hospitals. Kalakistan area Langtang National Park buffer zone.
Women of Chausali, Uttarakhand, India must wait hours to fill containers from a spring running more slowing as climate changes.
Women of Chausali, Uttarakhand, India must wait hours to fill containers from a spring running more slowing as climate changes..
Farmer Mempayhelmo Tamang waters new strawberry plants, first planting in village of Ramche, Nepal
Farmer Mempayhelmo Tamang tends a new rainwater harvest pond, combating climate changes in village of Ramche, Nepal
Farmers in Jibjibe/Bhorle, Nepal, check seeds in rice and wheat seedbank, adjusting crops as climate shifts.
Farmers in Jibjibe/Bhorle, Nepal, with seeds in rice and wheat seedbank, adjusting crops as climate changes on terraces.
New apple trees being planted higher, at 9000 feet, in Indian Himalaya as climate warming affects orchards. Shama, Uttarakhand, India
Biogas replaced open wood burning in this kitchen in Pairebensi, Nepal, part of a village-wide climate adaptation.
Rukubji, an ancient village in Bhutan, powered by micro-hydro from small stream in foreground.
Chendebji, Bhutan, a village powered by micro-hydro, an early UN climate convention CDM project.
Water pipe to turbine along stream in Chendebji, Bhutan, a village powered by micro-hydro, an early UN climate convention CDM project.
Bhutanese monk trainees planting trees at old temple near Punakha. See Himalaya section of website for more of this coverage.
Symbols of choice for Bhutan between preserving more of the mountains and forest valleys and building hydropower dams.
In the Himalayan foothills of Uttarakhand, India, orchardists and their families tend edible cover crops of peas under apple trees which are under stress as cool mountain temperatures rise.
Shama village above Almora, Uttarakhand, at 9,000 ft is trying new crops like apples and testing household energy use and conservation in programs of local environmental and women’s NGO. See previous photo in this subject.
SFlooding from increasingly heavy downpours and untimely rains in the monsoon have damaged Uttarakhand farm terraces, as along the Revati River north of Almora, India.
Funded by WWF-Nepal, this small office has posters, photos and information about climate change to inform local people in the Rasuwa District towns of Jibjibe and Bhorle. The manager, a farmer, and her kids talk with visitors.