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Among Nepal's hill farmers, climate adaptation pursues profit not charity

By Laurie Goering | Mon, 28 Apr 2014 10:32 AM
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LUMLE, Nepal (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Twice a week, Sonya Buddhatoki, a vegetable buyer from the district capital of Pokhara, climbs off a public bus onto the roadside of this small agricultural hamlet on a high ridge of Nepal’s Himalayan foothills.

Waiting under a tin-and-bamboo shed on the verge is the village’s harvest of the day: 200 kilos of fresh-smelling green cilantro (...

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