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by Bimochan Pathak | 15-11-2023 02:06 recommendations 1

In the picturesque landscape of Nepal, where the mountains cradle secrets and the rivers tell stories, a quiet crisis is unfolding, hidden amidst the trees. Deforestation, a silent predator, claims a staggering 0.44% of Nepal's precious forest cover each passing year. It's not just about the trees we lose; it's about the unraveling tapestry of life that depends on them.

But the plot thickens. Unsustainable harvesting and uncontrolled grazing play the role of silent villains in this environmental drama. Beyond the obvious loss of biodiversity, the consequences stretch far and wide. The idyllic scenes of Nepal are transforming into a battleground against floods and landslides, leaving scars on the land and impacting the very heartbeat of the nation - its economy. The trees, once guardians of the landscape, now stand as solemn witnesses to the collateral damage inflicted by our unsustainable practices.

In the midst of the grandeur of the Himalayas, there's an urgent need to cast a spotlight on these issues. It's not just about saving the forests; it's about saving a way of life that has thrived for generations. As Nepal faces immediate challenges, the long-term impacts of deforestation and unsustainable harvesting demand our attention. The call to action is clear, resonating not just in the breeze through the branches but in the soul of Nepal itself. It's time to break the silence surrounding the crisis in Nepal's forests, for their whispers of woes can no longer go unheard.
 

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SangHyeon Park

  • SangHyeon Park says :
    Nepal's poignant plea for urgent environmental action amidst deforestation emphasizes the imperative to preserve not just trees but its cultural and ecological tapestry. Appreciate for this article.
    Posted 22-11-2023 22:26

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Melissa Menlah Adu

  • Melissa Menlah Adu says :
    I agree with the fact that Mentor Seeun acknowledges the gravity of deforestation, emphasizing its far-reaching consequences on landscapes and wildlife. The call for collective solutions is crucial, echoing the hope for a future where Nepal's forests thrive. Irrespective of that...the heartfelt appreciation for Bimochan Pathak's report underscores the importance of addressing this pressing environmental issue. Good work 👏👍
    Posted 15-11-2023 12:54

Seeun Mentor

  • Seeun Mentor says :
    Hello, this is mentor Seeun.
    Deforestation is a huge issue because it affects landscapes, wildlife, and can have disastrous results in many different areas. I hope that we can come up with a solution to stop deforestation in the near future.
    Thank you for your report.
    Posted 15-11-2023 11:00

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