Climate Change Risk Assessment and Adaptation: Bhutan Case Study

Event: Training on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management

Climate Change Risk Assessment and Adaptation: Bhutan Case Study

28 June 2016
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Bhutan plans to build its second east-west highway to improve trade and rural connectivity in the southern part of the country. This highway is expected to provide additional connectivity to India, increase regional trade and open up internal areas of Bhutan. This requires identification of climate change risks and vulnerabilities of the project roads based on hydrological studies using climate projections for the project area. 

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