Stories By 'TSEWANG NURU SHERPA'
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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The tiger, an elusive, majestic creature, has been mostly known for its predatory behaviours. It also has a reputation for being invincible. But the big cat is not just a charismatic wild animal. Its existence serves a great purpose in the jungle.
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Nepal is bestowed with a rich diversity of wildlife and scenic landscapes. This Himalayan paradise is not only known for the Mount Everest, but it also caters accommodation to some of the world’s most elusive animals such as snow leopard to large predators like the tiger. The rich and varied habitats omnipresent in Nepal, ranging from the ice-bound peaks and foothills to the dense forest to the lowland Terai with elongated river valleys, Nepal encompasses everything.
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After Brazil, Nepal is known to be the richest country in terms of fresh water resources. However, this fact belies the fragile nature of Nepal’s water ecosystem and the occurrence of extreme seasonal variation in the country’s water availability.
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