Environment

Eleven metric tons of garbage collected from Bagmati

14 May, Kathmandu: Around 11 metric tons of garbage were collected from the Bagmati river section located under the Shankhamul Bridge on the 157th week...
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50 water wells go dry in Mahottari

5 May, Gaushala: With a steady rise in temperature and prolonged drought, sources of drinking water have started drying out in the northern Mohottari, pushing...

Fast-Tracking Climate Action

3 April, BONN: Last December in Paris, world leaders came together to agree on a set of goals and pathways for decarbonizing the global...

Over 9 tonnes of waste collected from Bagmati

2 April, Kathmandu: The Bagmati Clean-up Campaign has celebrated its 151st week today. On the occasion, the volunteers have collected over 9 tonnes of waste...

Incorporate climate change issues in local planning process

30 March, Nepalgunj: It has been underlined that the issue of climate change adaptation be incorporated in the operational plan while formulating plans at local...

Prez Bhandari urges to maintain glory of Bagmati River

26 March, Kathmandu: President Bidya Devi Bhandari has urged all to join hands to preserve the glory of cultural and historical image of the Bagmati...

Naya Shakti’s clean-up drive at Buddha area today

26 March, Kathmandu: The Naya Shakti Nepal led by former Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai cleaned up the world heritage site Bouddha premises today as...

300 kgs polythene bags confiscated from Kalimati area

25 March, Kathmandu: A market monitoring team from the Ministry of Population and Environment Thursday seized 322 kilogrammes polythene bags from in and around the...
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Partial solar eclipse on Wednesday

5 March, Kathmandu: A partial solar eclipse will be witnessed from Nepal in the morning on March 9, said the Nepal Calendar Determination Committee. The solar...
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Illegal extraction of sand and pebbles in Chure

5 March, Nawalparasi: Illegal extraction of river products including pebbles and sand is on the rise in various rivers in the region. And locals blame...