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Rainwater harvesting ex situ

Rainwater harvesting ex situ

  • Business and Climate Change Adaptation

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    India’s vulnerability to climate change impacts is profound since around 650 million Indians are dependent on rain-fed agriculture for their livelihoods; around 250 million Indians live along a 7500 km of coastline that is at high risk due to sea level rise and extreme weather events. Maximum number of business are situated near coastal areas and near river /other water bodies, many of the 10,000-odd Indian glaciers are receding at a rapid rate; and deforestation is happening (Garg et. al., 2015)

  • Strengthening Bangkok’s Early Warning System to Respond to Climate Induced Flooding

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    This report is one of the outcomes of CTCN’s technology support for strengthening Bangkok’s Early Warning System to respond to climate induced flooding. It includes a mapping and understanding of the existing BMA data management system.