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Life After the Nepal Quakes

Inequality, Rapid Change and Slow Progress

The Mountain Institute
By The Mountain Institute
Footnotes: Photos by Jeremy Spoon and Christopher Milton. Jesse Chapman-Bruschini served as editor.

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Since 1972, The Mountain Institute has worked hand-in-hand with remote mountain communities in the highest, longest and oldest mountain ranges of the world—the Himalayas, Andes and Appalachians. Our focus is on conserving mountain ecosystems, helping remote communities develop sustainable livelihoods and protecting unique mountain cultures. TMI's global initiatives include mountain advocacy work and ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) projects.

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