The Indian Ocean for long has been a source of nourishment and remained at the centre of hydrological cycles. The weather pattern in this ocean has direct bearing on the mountains, stretching across the Hindu-Kush Himalayas.
By BHARAT RAJ PAUDYAL Dec 07, 2021
Nepal drew the attention of the international community on climate change impacts in the Himalayas in 2009 by organizing a cabinet meeting at Kalapatthar (with Everest Declaration), a demonstration including mountaineers in Copenhagen, and a conference on 'Kathmandu to Copenhagen' to develop a common voice of the South Asian countries for CoP 15, including a 'gift' of 'Kalapatthar, black stone) to the then US President in New York.
By Batu Uprety Nov 11, 2021
As Nepal had been importing around 550 MW of dirty/coal energy from India to off-set her load shedding, India could have similarly set that humble 550 MW import target instead of the India-built projects miniscule 39 MW.
By Santa Bahadur Pun Nov 08, 2021
Nepal’s participation in climate change negotiations dates to three decades. Nepal attended 1st to 25thCoPsat different levels. CoP 15 and CoP 24 held at Copenhagen and Katowice were attended at the level of Heads of Government and State respectively.
By Batu Uprety Oct 11, 2021
Science does not understand the psychological process of mind. So there is a qualitative gap between science and religion. This severely limits our mental capacity and our normal mind cannot smoothly grade into the domain of psychology.
By Prof. Dr. Akal Bahadur Singh Oct 08, 2021