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A multimedia information communication project that has been launched by Climate Himalaya during May 2012. The ‘Mountain Voice’ is an initiative of Climate Himalaya that captures the experiences, thoughts and opinions of people, practitioners, policy makers and researchers on various climate linked issues in the Himalayan region of South Asia.

In this the CHI team interacts with people to record their voices to understand the current situation by uploading them for the viewers worldwide. The purpose of ‘Mountain Voice’ is to generate awareness about region at various levels, so that Himalayan mountains are recognized among the important places those need attention of the world leaders towards climate adaptation and development.  

Through this project we are also trying to ensure that the climate linked science and adaptation measures are communicated to the communities through videos, audio-visuals and other interactive media and also that the voices of mountain people from the countries like Bhutan, India, Nepal and Pakistan is shared with the world.  It includes video clips, webcam talks, conversations, presentation, among others.


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Tags: adaptation, change, climate, development, environment, financing, mountain, voice, vulnerability


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Comment by UN KM on June 1, 2012 at 3:00am
Hi, Just wanted to let you know that after seeing this post, I shared the link with the IFAD Country Programme in Bhutan on its website . You might like to register and add additional info or comments there. Best regards, Chase Palmeri

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