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  • Tikeshwari Joshi is a M.Sc. graduate at the University of Natural Resources, and Applied Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna, Austria together with the Czech University of Life sciences in Prague, Czech Republic in between 2005-2008. She has achieved a double Degree programme in Natural Resource Management and Ecological engineering jointly with the above-mentioned Universities in 2008. After having the M.Sc Degree, Ms. Joshi has been working in the area of natural resources-Forestry, climate change, climate risk assessment, REDD+. Due to the combination of working experience with the Federation of Community Forest Users Nepal, ERI, RECOFTC, Ms. Joshi has developed a unique skills and experience of working with wide range of stakeholders ranging from Government, civil society, Federations, private sector, and academic institutions. Her area of interest are research, gender and inclusive economic growth, planning, climate risk assessment. She holds both theoretical and practical knowledge on diverse aspect of forestry and NRM, climate change, gender and livelihoods.


    Joshi T., Pandey C. L., Khatri D. and Ojha H. (Forthcoming). Does Nepal have local politico administrative capacity for disaster response? The journal Environments (ISSN 2076-3298)

    Joshi T., Adhikari J. Ojha H. (Forthcoming). Equity and Justice in Urban Water Governance: A Case Study of Duilikhel Municipality, Kavrepalanchok, Nepal

    Joshi T., Agrawal C and Neupane, K.R. (Forthcoming). Analyzing upstream downstream Linkages for securing water supplies in small Himalayan Towns.

    Joshi T., Pandey C., Khatri D., Adhikari B. and Ojha H., 2016. Local Politics and Administrative Capacity for Disaster Response: Insights from a Case Study of Lamjung District in Nepal.

    Joshi T., Pandey C. L., Khatri D. and Ojha H. 2016. Does Nepal have local politico administrative capacity for disaster response? International conference on Mountains in the Changing World (MoChWo), 1-2 October, 2016

    Joshi T. and Pandey C. 2016. Post-Earthquake Disaster Governance in Nepal: Reflections from Practice and Policy. Southasia Institute of Advanced Studies (SIAS) Kathmandu.

    Khatri D B, Joshi T. Adhikari B. and Pain A. 2016. Climate change project implementation in Lamjung: A case of Hariyo Ban Project. Southasia Institute of Advanced Studies (SIAS)

    Ojha H. R., Adhikari B., Gurung N., Khatri D.B., Joshi T., Dhungana H, Dhungana S.P. 2016. The Production of Landslides Risks and Local Responses:A Case Study of Dhamilikuwa, Lamjung District of Nepal.

    Pain A., Khatri D., Ojha H., Adhikari B., Joshi T., Dhungana H., and Gurung N. 2015. Responding to Landslides in Nepal. ForestAction Policy Brief No. 38. July 2015

    Joshi T., Devkota K. and Maskey G. 2015. Knowledge and policy on Water and landslide Hazards in Post-Earthquake Nepal. Southasia Institute of Advanced Studies (SIAS) Kathmandu.

    Joshi T., Neupane, K.R. and Agrawal C. 2015. Analyzing upstream downstream Linkages for securing water supplies in small Himalayan Towns. The Annual Kathmandu Conference on Nepal and the Himalaya, 22-24 July, 2015, Kathmandu

    Joshi T., Devkota K. and Neupane K., 2014: Incentive based natural resources management for securing water needs in the face of climate change: A case study of Dhulikhel Water Users Committee, Nepal. International conference on Mountain People Adapting to Change, Solutions Beyond Boundaries Bridging Science, Policy, and Practice, 9 – 12 November, Kathmandu, Nepal

    Joshi T. 2014: Water Security Changes Lives of Women: FACE to FACE, Vol.14, No. 5, Dec, 2014-Jan 2015

    Devkota, K., Neupane, KR., Joshi, T., 2014. Collusion to Consensus: Case of water source negotiation in Bidur, Nepal. ESPA annual science meeting, 2014. New Delhi, India 26-27 November, 2014.

    Neupane, K.R., Dahal, N., Devkota, K., Joshi T. 2014. Sustainability of negotiated agreement with upstream community for water: Case from Dhulikhel, Nepal. ESPA 2014 annual science meeting. New Delhi, India 26-27 November, 2014.

    M.SC. Thesis. 2008. PAH- adsorption by alluvial soil of the Danube, Elbe and Ebro rivers. Submitted to University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences (BOKU), Department of Forest and Soil Sciences, Vienna, Austria

    Joshi T 2007.Valuation of Medicinal Plants: Options and Opportunities for Rural livelihoods in Nepal,

    Joshi T 2007.Formation of Livelihoods Assets through Community Forestry in Nepal Joshi T 2007.Lime treatment effect on rhizosphere soil –pH

    Joshi T 2007.Solid Waste Management – a case study of Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Nepal

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