Climatic and hydrological change and socio-ecologic impact in Central Asian high-mountains


  • 2015•05•08     Research in Germany

    UNU-Bonn was featured as a project partner in an article by the German Research Centre for Geosciences:

    From April 28th to 30th 2015, 25 researchers and young scientists from Germany and Central Asia met in Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan) to officially launch the GlaSCA-V project. The project aims at quantifying climate change impacts on natural water availability and its potential socio-ecological consequences in high mountain areas of Central Asia.

    Further project partners [include] Institute for Environment and Human Security der United Nations University in Bonn …