Published on: Oct 27, 2017
Nepal has gone through a major political transformation since the peace agreement with Maoists a decade ago, abolishing old governance system and institutions and promulgating the new constitution. From politics of inclusion to dismantling of the centralised system to give autonomous power to local levels within the parameter of federalism, Nepal’s march ahead continues.
By Keshab Poudel | Oct 27, 2017
Climate change is continuously and increasingly challenging the life and property of Nepali people and ecosystems, thereby making more people climate vulnerable. Increasing amount of greenhouse gases (GHGs) emissions at the global level has increased temperature
By Batu Uprety | Oct 27, 2017
There are an acts, bylaws and institutions to regulate and guide the earthquake waste management. With no response from the central and local level, however, people are disposing earthquake wastes as per their individual wishes. If things continue to go this way, major environmental and health problems are likely to emerge in the future
By A Correspondent | Oct 27, 2017