Conservation and environmental news: Nepal
Nepal burns stockpile of 4,000 wildlife parts
For the first time in 20 years, Nepal burnt its stockpile of wildlife parts demonstrating the ...
Nepal successfully collars four snow leopards in four years
Fourth snow leopard successfully collared in Kangchenjunga Conservation Area on 8 May 2017.
New engagement with Nepal's judiciary to curb wildlife crime
Nepal’s enforcement efforts against poaching and illegal wildlife trade received new impetus with a ...
Milestone Partnership in Conservation
A timely collaboration with WWF Nepal to guide conservation programming in the context of Nepal’s ...
Shuklaphanta National Park gets new rhinos after seventeen years
Shuklaphanta, Nepal’s youngest national park, received a Greater one-horned rhino seventeen years ...
Nepal shines a light on climate action
Nepal celebrated Earth Hour 2017 in Bhaktapur Durbar Square.
Rebuilding A Future
Shree Nawalpur Secondary School in Sindhupalchowk district constructed two earthquake-resistant ...
Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve upgraded to national park status
Shuklaphanata Wildlife Reserve, one of the critical wildlife habitats in Nepal’s Terai Arc ...
Historic Day in the Field of Conservation Wild Water Buffalo Translocated to Chitwan National Park
For the first time in Nepal, Wild Water Buffalo (Bubalus arnee) locally known as Arna was ...
Nepal Gears Up for Climate-Smart Snow Leopard Conservation
New plans unveiled this week at a meeting of twelve snow leopard range nations will guide Nepal in ...