3rd CAREC Climate Policy Dialogue


Amidst rising temperatures and increasing water scarcity, Central Asia’s economies face significant vulnerabilities that threaten agricultural productivity, hydropower generation, and regional stability. The CAREC Institute’s latest research underscores the urgent need for a coordinated approach to tackle the economic costs of climate inaction in the region.

  • pdf Concept Note & Agenda Download
  • pdf Introduction of Project - Asif Razzaq English Russian
  • pdf Climate Change Impacts on Water, Agriculture and Energy in Central Asia Download
  • pdf A Void in Central Asia Research: Climate Change Download
  • pdf The Failure to Decarbonize the Global Energy Education System: Carbon Lock-in and Stranded Skill Sets Download

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