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Dhamala, M.K., Rijal, K., KC, A., Dhakal, M., Dhital, N.B., and Khadka, U.R (2019). Climate Change: The Science, Impact and Solution. Central Department of Environmental Science, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur and Clean Energy Nepal, Kathmandu. ISBN 978-9937-0-5851-3 

S. Krishnaswamy, M. Dhakal, U Manandhar (2012).Review And Assessment of SAARC Declarations on Climate Change, Climate Action Network South Asia. Link

Peer reviewed

Fry, I., Dhakal, M. (2018). Piecing the Paris Puzzle: Links and Gaps in the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, European Capacity Building Initiative (ECBI).

Vashisht, S., Dhakal, M., et. al. (2016), Upscaling the Application of Low-Carbon and Energy- Efficient Technology in the Construction Sector. APN Science Bulletin. Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN).

Vashisht, S., Varsha, D., Nagrath, K., Dhakal, M et. al. (2016), “Identification of Policy and Institutional Gaps, Drivers & Strategies to Scale-up Low Carbon and Energy Efficient Technology Application in the Construction & Infrastructure Sectors in South Asia,” APN E- Lib. DOI

S. Freitas, F. Sferra, M. Dhakal, M. Lindberg, F. Baarsch (2014). Intended Nationally- Determined Contributions (INDCs): Opportunity for Nepal. Climate Analytics, (2014)

Analytical briefings

Das, N., Dhakal, M., Jones, D., Mace, MJ., Maxwell, V., Osses, F., Pandey, S., Saeed, F., Becerra, DT., Wangmo, T., Zounmenou, AY. Long term strategies: low carbon growth, resilience and prosperity for Least Developed Countries. Climate Analytics 

Dhakal, M., Tovivo, K (2017), Synthesis of the Least Developed Countries’ Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), Climate Analytics.

Serdeczny, O., Dhakal, M (2016) The Warsaw International Mechanism – What has happened until now and what are the next big steps? Climate Analytics. 

Freitas, S., Sferra, F., Dhakal, M., Lindberg, M., Baarsch, F. (2014). Intended Nationally- Determined Contributions (INDCs): Opportunity for Nepal. Climate Analytics. 

M. Dhakal (2011). Climate Change Impacts on Reservoir based Hydropower Generation in Nepal: A case study of Kulekhani Hydropower Plant (Master thesis, Pokhara University, Nepal). Link





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Climate Change Impacts on Reservoir based Hydropower Generation in Nepal

Climate Change Impacts on Reservoir based Hydropower Generation in Nepal

In principle Nepal’s hydropower potential is impressive due to rugged mountain terrain from which snow and rain fed rivers produce significant amount of seasonal water flow. Owing to this natural hydrological processes, Nepal projected an image since 1970s that this country has one of the richest hydropower potential in the world through which the country […]