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    REPORT: Use of Seasonal Forecast Information in Farm Level Decision Making in Bundelkhand, India

    This study, Use of Seasonal Forecast Information in Farm Level Decision Making in Bundelkhand, India, examines these components and how they relate to the use (or nonuse) of monsoon forecast information in Bundelkhand, India, through the use of a ground-level questionnaire.
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    REPORT: Addressing the information and knowledge needs of farmers to enable climate change adaptation – A study of Bundelkhand region in Central India

    This paper, Addressing the information and knowledge needs of farmers to enable climate change adaptation – A study of Bundelkhand region in Central India, analyses key challenges in the outreach of locally appropriate information to support decision making for adaptation to climate change impacts in small-scale agriculture.
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    REPORT: Community Grassroots and Climate Change Communication: Mapping Grassroots Experiences of the ‘Shubh Kal’ Project in Bundelkhand, Central India

    This research paper, Community Grassroots and Climate Change Communication: Mapping Grassroots Experiences of the ‘Shubh Kal’ Project in Bundelkhand, Central India, presents experiences of an innovative communication model that uses community radios to bridge the knowledge gap between communities, scientists and policy makers has been tested in the drought prone, climate sensitive region of Bundelkhand in Central India.
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    NEWS: Training modules launched for climate compatible construction in India

    A unique set of training modules to promote rural, climate-compatible construction are launched by CDKN and Development Alternatives. The modules are for the use of policy-makers, building professionals and artisans and are specific to different climatic zones of India.
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    OPINION: Policies for a green construction sector in India

    Kriti Nagrath from Development Alternatives in outlines the key policy recommendations that have emerged from a partnership with CDKN and three Indian State Governments on ‘green’ construction.
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