Stories By 'TSEWANG NURU SHERPA'
Freshwater ecosystems are a biodiversity hotspot that encompass 2.4 percent of all the known species despite the total coverage of only 0.8 percent of the terrestrial surface.
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Since the 1980s, the consumption of water has been increasing rampantly, fuelled by a rapidly growing population and changes in socio-economic amelioration. As per a United Nations report, global water demand is expected to rise until 2050 by 20-30 percent.
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The Paris agreement was thought to be a landmark agreement to help combat the changing climate.
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The Himalaya mountains will lose more than one-third of their ice by the end of the century, says a report entitled ‘Hindu Kush Himalaya Assessment:
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Incessant and high use of plastic, resulting in millions of tonnes of the synthetic material swirling around the world’s oceans, has garnered a significant amount of media attention. Plastic pollution poses a huge threat.
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If the community comes together, Bagmati river could return to its former glory
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