Counting Crowns in Nepal
The small communities living in Nepal’s high-mountain regions depend nearly exclusively on local natural resources for their livelihoods, yet they have to exploit those same resources in order to have shelter and carve out livelihoods.
It’s a perpetual Catch-22 that has led to livestock overgrazing, overuse of water and loss of trees.
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