Conference materials

RESULTS: 22 conference materials found


04 October 2017 | CONFERENCE MATERIAL
Silk Road Conference: Maps
Silk Roads in the Mountains of Central Asia 2017: Ancient Routes & Modern Challenges in Times of Global Change
3-4 October 2017, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Available in English

04 October 2017 | CONFERENCE MATERIAL
Silk Road Conference: Horizons of CPEC in Gilgit-Baltistan
Aziz Ali Dad, Presenter
Silk Roads in the Mountains of Central Asia 2017: Ancient Routes & Modern Challenges in Times of Global Change
3-4 October 2017, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Available in English

04 October 2017 | CONFERENCE MATERIAL
Silk Road Conference: Abstracts
Silk Roads in the Mountains of Central Asia 2017: Ancient Routes & Modern Challenges in Times of Global Change
3-4 October 2017, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Available in English

04 October 2017 | CONFERENCE MATERIAL
Silk Road Conference: Agenda & Schedule
Silk Roads in the Mountains of Central Asia 2017: Ancient Routes & Modern Challenges in Times of Global Change
3-4 October 2017, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Available in English

04 October 2017 | CONFERENCE MATERIAL
Silk Road Conference: Keynote Speaker’s Bios
Silk Roads in the Mountains of Central Asia 2017: Ancient Routes & Modern Challenges in Times of Global Change
3-4 October 2017, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Available in English

04 October 2017 | CONFERENCE MATERIAL
Silk Road Conference: Workshop Announcement
Silk Roads in the Mountains of Central Asia 2017: Ancient Routes & Modern Challenges in Times of Global Change
3-4 October 2017, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Available in English

12 October 2015 | CONFERENCE MATERIAL
Life in Kyrgyzstan 2015 - Conference Programme
The inaugural Life in Kyrgyzstan Conference fosters research exchange in Central Asia and reflects current evidence-based policy making in the region. The conference brings together more than 40 international speakers and includes plenary discussions and topical sessions on labour markets, gender, migration, poverty, health, security, and integration issues in Central Asia. It also features findings of the research project ‘Gender and Employment in Central Asia’.

20 January 2014 | CONFERENCE MATERIAL
Why Mountains Matter for Energy
The brief underscores the role of sustainable hydropower, biomass, wind, solar and geothermal energy. It calls for mountain targets that: integrate sustainable development into country policies and programmes; increase sustainable energy in the energy mix; double the global rate of improvement in energy efficiency in buildings, industry, agriculture and transport; and take joint action to improve access for mountain communities to reliable energy.
Available in English.
Mountain Societies Research Institute, University of Central Asia

20 January 2014 | CONFERENCE MATERIAL
Why Mountains Matter for Forests and Biodiversity
The brief recognises the role of mountains as centers of agro-biodiversity, and their importance for providing ecosystem goods and services. It describes these goods and services, including clean water, protection against natural hazards, as well as high biodiversity, and recreational and spiritual values. The brief calls for targets related to enhancing ecosystem services of at least 15% of degraded ecosystems, as well as the conservation of 17% of terrestrial areas of particular importance for biodiversity and ecosystem services and the reduction of loss of mountain biodiversity.
Available in English.
Mountain Societies Research Institute, University of Central Asia

20 January 2014 | CONFERENCE MATERIAL
Why Mountains Matter for Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction
The policy brief introduces the challenges facing mountain regions relating to vulnerability to natural hazards, high levels of poverty, and threats to water resources from climate change. The brief proposes targets to build resilience and reduce affected populations and loses from disasters in mountain regions by 50%. It calls for increased awareness of climate change threats in mountain regions and support for improved policy and frameworks for DRR.
Available in English.
Mountain Societies Research Institute, University of Central Asia

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