March 7, 2018 | 3:27 pm

Climate Change and flood: Exacerbating fury

By: Climate Reality Project Nepal

Climate change impacts and the associated vulnerabilities is a growing environmental issue of concern across the globe. Even though the GHGs contribution of Nepal is negligible, the impact it is bearing now and in future is beyond comparison. Nepal’s diverse geography are facing amplified wrath of climate change where erratic…

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October 12, 2017 | 10:55 am

Towards Renewable Energy: Nepal and Bangladesh

By: Climate Reality Project Nepal

In the context of Nepal Nepal carries the enormous potential of generating 83,000 MW Hydroelectricity. However, the greatest paradox still exists of having around 10 hours load shedding in Kathmandu.For last two decades, the exploitation of fossil fuels and the natural resources are considered as the global discussion, where recommendations…

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August 30, 2017 | 10:41 am

REDD (Reducing Emission from Deforestation and Forest Degradation ) as a Part of Solution

By: Climate Reality Project Nepal

  Climate Change is happening and it’s real. There are many alternative ways that can reduce the impact of climate change. International communities and UN are working out a lot to find a concrete solution in order to mitigate GHGS in an atmosphere.  Theere are different measures that are adopted…

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August 14, 2017 | 10:59 pm

Unprecedented Flooding Events in Southern Nepal.

By: Climate Reality Project Nepal

According to Ministry of Home Affair, at least 64 people have been killed in southern Nepal due to deadly landslide and flooding triggered by prolonged heavy down pour and left thousands homeless in low-lying areas of Nepal. More than 50 other people are missing and feared dead after heavy rainfall…

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March 11, 2016 | 10:39 am

What does Paris Agreement (COP21) mean to Nepal

By: Climate Reality Project Nepal

Paris agreement (COP21) known to be historical achievement by all parties after two weeks of immense effort and excellent leadership of France government. Where 196 countries agreed to keep the global warming below 2 degree Celsius, with the aspirational goal of 1.5 degree Celcius in the second half of the…

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