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Dr. Oli Elected as Vice President of Global Biodiversity Forum

Kathmandu - Big news for Nepal as Dr. Bishwanath Oli, a leading expert in environmental law and forest… Read More +

NTNC initiates new high altitude tiger conservation project

Kathmandu - April 2020, a camera trap survey conducted in the Mahabharat hills of Dadeldhura district recorded presence… Read More +

Get Informed: Inside the NDC Action Plan’s Key Points

Kathmandu - Climate change is a global problem. Its effect may be less in some countries, more in… Read More +

Engaging civil society and media to work together on energy transitions

  Various civil society organizations (CSOs) and representatives of mainstream media vowed to develop a partnership to promote… Read More +

The Fishing Cat and Jungle Babbler

In the Central Terai, there lies an ox-bow lake in the middle of a beautiful forest forming a… Read More +

Two gems of places for birds in Kathmandu Valley

Kathmandu is one of the most beautiful valleys in the Country with geographical and ecological aspects. More than… Read More +


During 20th century alone, the world population has grown from 1.65 billion to 6 billion. In 1970, there… Read More +

Focus on self reliance is the focus on food security

To revive the economy hard-hit by the pandemic, and to be food secure, it is challenging yet very… Read More +

Re-visiting Urgency of Elephant Conservation in Nepal

Elephants which are truly majestic and highly adored megaherbivores wildlife belonging to family Elephantidae play a significant role… Read More +

Vulture: The Nature Cleaner

The first Saturday in September each year is International Vulture Awareness Day. The 12th International Vulture Awareness Day… Read More +

Save Tigers but do not forget Fishing Cats

Tiger is the largest of 41 cat species in the world. Cats are specialized carnivores, primarily depending on… Read More +

Climate Change and Desert Locust Outbreak: What’s the Connection?

The earth’s climate has changed from naturally to drastically and all the acknowledgement goes to non-other than us.… Read More +

Wake up ! It’s time for nature

It has been long since we have been careless. We, humans are lost into the materialistic world. We… Read More +

COVID-19 has forced us to reimagine biodiversity conservation

World Environment Day is celebrated on June 5 every year to raise awareness and to support action to protect… Read More +