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The APN Science Bulletin is a peer-reviewed digital publication that features APN's regional research and capacity building projects. The Science Bulletin is intended for readers from both science and policymaking communities, as well as young scientists in the Asia-Pacific region who are keen on issues related to global environmental change, sustainable development and the science of sustainability.

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Climate science communication in Pakistan: A compulsive need

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Climate change (19) · Adaptation (7) · Capacity building (7) · Southeast Asia (7) · Climate change adaptation (6) · Loss and damage (5) · Vulnerability (4) · Resilience (4) · Agriculture (3) · Disaster risk reduction (3) · Bangkok (3) · Community (3) · Developing countries (3) · Food security (3) · Indigenous knowledge (2) · Mitigation (2) · Climate (2) · Disaster risk management (2) · Bandung (2) · Disaster resilience (2) · Temperature (2) · India (2) · Participatory (2) · Sustainable Development Goals (2) · Disasters (2) · Indonesia (2) · Civic Engagement (2) · Transformative Learning (2) · Asia (2) · Sustainable forest management (2) · Sustainable development (2) · Community resilience · Assessment · Asia-Pacific least developed countries · Marine and coastal zone management · Global environmental change · Climate extremes · Carbon flux · Human activity · Red River · Seneque · Riverstrahler · Coastal forest management · Disaster · Data recovery · Historic weather · Reanalyses · Dynamical reconstructions · Urban resilience · Assessment framework · Mixed-methods approach · Structured interview matrix · International Conference on Regional Climate · CORDEX · Added Value · Impact and Adaptation · Risk insurance · Costs · Benefits · Adaptive Capacity · Himalaya · IAP Toolkit · Basin-scale analysis · DPSIR framework · Indicator-based methodology · Water security assessment · Water security index · Green growth · Ecological modernization · Environmental Kuznets Curve · Neoclassical economics · Capitalism · Geospatial data · Deforestation · SAR backscattering · Forest biomass · Precipitation Extremes · SEACLID/CORDEX-SEA · Multi-model ensemble · Future changes

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