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How to use local knowledge for a green recovery

The Dhaji timber structure is better for the environment than typical concrete. Image: Kamran Akbar/World Bank

Michelle Winglee

Climate Change Analyst, World Bank Group South Asia Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management

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