State Centre on Climate Change
under aegis of the State Council for Science Technology & Environment
Himachal Pradesh


To understand climate change and its impact on the Himalayan Eco-System by developing and implementing mountain spicific adaptation plans based on vulnerability,risk scenario and by enhancing capacity of all stake holders to combat the threat of climate change.
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Climate change will affect people’s health both directly and indirectly. Heat stress and other heat related health problems are caused directly by very warm temperatures and high humidity. Similarly, warmer climatic condition may cause a sharp increase in the spread of vector borne diseases like malaria, dengue, yellow fever and encephalitis.Proactive health adaptation strategies are needed to protect the world’s most vulnerable people from the effects of climate change on human health and well-being. Public health planning and decision making need to shift from only focusing on relatively short term risks to the projected long term impacts of climate change. It will be increasingly important to address the links between climate and health at different timescales. To ensure that the health effects of climate change are not overlooked, the health sector needs improved integration into strategic planning in sectors such as water, agriculture and disaster management.

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A Government of Himachal Pradesh Initiative to combat the effect of Climate Change on Himalayan ecosystem
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