Mr. Rajan Kotru from the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Develop (ICIMOD) in Nepal, shared his ideas on how to re-Inventing Wood for culture, conservation and climate, taking Hindu Kush Himalayas as example. He related to legacy, science, crafts, and spiritual solace in the speech, and concluded by giving suggestions such as enabling conditions and norms, innovations in fixing wood in infrastructure, and others.
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