About Kirti Kusum Joshi

Dr. Kirti Kusum Joshi is a researcher and urban planning specialist. He has extensive experience working in the urban sector with the government and development agencies of Nepal. More recently, he contributed to Nepal's Habitat III National Report and to the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) formulation process. He earned a Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Planning from Tohoku University, Japan, in 2007 and a M.Sc. in Urban Planning from the Institute of Engineering at Tribhuvan University, Nepal. He worked as a Fulbright postdoctoral scholar at Harvard University. His articles have appeared in leading urban journals.

Collaboration for Climate Change Adaptation in Cities: Some Observations from Nepal

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In the fourth part of our series on the Talanoa Dialogues, Kirti Kusum Joshi talks about the need for dialogue between federal, provincial, and local governments in order to reduce Nepal's vulnerability to climate change.

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