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Is the IDS-Nepal Report Credible?
In a time of constant doubt about the truth, it is ever important to have credibility in sources, when reading or writing about a relevant topic. I believe that the three criteria needed for a source to be credible is … Continue reading
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Climate Models: Are They Useful?
Uncertainty Does Not Mean Inaction Sound decisions can be made about responding to climate change despite significant uncertainties about future climate because high natural variability emerges during the process of modeling Nepal’s climate. It is important to note that Nepal’s … Continue reading
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