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Six actions in order to address plastic pollution

by Deepak Subedi | 11-06-2018 13:20 recommendations 0 recommendations

Six actions in order to address plastic pollution

Overuse of plastics has become a real threat to humans and the environment around the world including Nepal. In fact we are surrounded by plastic everywhere, we must know how to address plastic pollution. The deteriorating air q... Read More >

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Deepak Subedi | 19-06-2018 20:01 Comments 0 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations

Threats to Mammal Species in Nepal

Threats to Mammal Species in Nepal Throughout the Red Listing process and the national workshop, a range of threats were identified for mammal species in Nepal. . Poaching and illegal trade: Poaching remains a significant threat... Read More >

Deepak Subedi | 19-06-2018 02:46 Comments 2 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations

Scotomanes ornatus

Scotomanes ornatus (Blyth, 1851) Common Names Harlequin Bat (English); Gahana Chamero (Nepali) Synonyms Nycticejus ornatus (Blyth, 1851); Nycticejus nivicolus (Hodgson, 1855); Nycticejus emarginatus, Scotomanes emarginatus (Dobson... Read More >

Deepak Subedi | 19-06-2018 02:39 Comments 4 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations

Towards Sustainable Climate Resilient Tourism

Nepal?s unique geography with remarkable changes in elevation from its lowland flood plains to snow capped mountain and associated variation in eco-climatic conditions has endowed the country with exceptional rich biodiversi... Read More >

kiran banstola | 17-06-2018 23:43 Comments 3 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations

Bats in Nepal

Nepal constitutes 5 families of order chiroptera. They may be Pteropodiae, Megadermatidae, Rhinolophidae, Hippossideridae and Vespertilionidae(Majupuria and kumar,1998). About 50 species of bats are known to live and breed in Nepa... Read More >

Milan Regmi | 17-06-2018 20:56 Comments 4 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations

Irrigation potential and development in Nepal

Irrigation is a major factor in the development of Nepal. It is the largest water use sub-sector, affects the life of many people involved in agriculture, the major contributor (40%) to the Gross Domestic Product and a major fact... Read More >