Rise in temperatures and a fall in the amount of precipitation in the Mount Everest region has led to a majority of mountain glaciers shrinking by 30 percent along with an upward movement of snowli
Around 250 hectares of forest area has been destroyed due to fires in six community forests in five VDCs—Chade, Sarpani, Garpa, Hiwalcha and Sejawaltakura—in the district for the past three days.
The government’s attempt to resume air quality monitoring stations has suffered a setback as four of the total seven existing stations broke down barely two months after being repaired.
The surroundings of the world's highest peak, Mt.
Accham became the first district in the Far-Western Region to provide toilet access to all by declaring itself Open Defecation Free (ODF) on Wednesday.
Asian Development Bank has approved a loan of USD 80 million to modernise and expand the sewage network and treatment facilities in the Kathmandu Valley home to 2.5 million people.
UN-Habitat and the Nepal government jointly launched the ‘Green Homes: Promoting Sustainable Housing in Nepal (2013-15)' project today.
As if a pile of policies and laws on waste management were not enough, the government is drafting one more policy to deal with the garbage.
Wildlife experts have started combing forests to count the number of tigers roaming in the Banke National Park (BNP) for the first time after it was declared a national park three years ago.
Members of a campaign dedicated to cleaning up Mt Everest said on Saturday that they have collected over 8 tonnes of waste from the mountain over a period of one year.
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