The Global Mountain Safeguard Research (GLOMOS) Programme: Linking Academia and the United Nations System for Transformative Resilience in Mountain Regions

Szarzynski, Joerg, Delves, Jess L., Fontanella Pisa, Paola, Membretti, Andrea, Panchi Robles, Sofia, Pedoth, Lydia and Schneiderbauer, Stefan, (2020). The Global Mountain Safeguard Research (GLOMOS) Programme: Linking Academia and the United Nations System for Transformative Resilience in Mountain Regions. Mountain Research and Development (MRD), 40(4), 4-7

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    Author Szarzynski, Joerg
    Delves, Jess L.
    Fontanella Pisa, Paola
    Membretti, Andrea
    Panchi Robles, Sofia
    Pedoth, Lydia
    Schneiderbauer, Stefan
    Title The Global Mountain Safeguard Research (GLOMOS) Programme: Linking Academia and the United Nations System for Transformative Resilience in Mountain Regions
    Appearing in Mountain Research and Development (MRD)
    Volume 40
    Issue No. 4
    Publication Date 2020-11-20
    Place of Publication Bern
    Publisher Mountain Research and Development (MRD)
    Start page 4
    End page 7
    Language eng
    Abstract Population growth, climate change, and unsustainable natural resource management are putting pressure on mountain ecosystems and making mountain communities increasingly vulnerable to climate and disaster risks. The international academic community is committed to finding solutions to the challenges faced in mountain regions. Governments, too, have been developing adaptation plans and policies to improve living conditions and opportunities for mountain communities. However, ensuring that these efforts have a strong impact requires coordinated action between theory and practice. Global Mountain Safeguard Research (GLOMOS) seeks to respond to this need with its mission to turn science into action.
    Copyright Holder The Authors
    Copyright Year 2020
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 19947151
    DOI 10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-20-00068.1
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