Conservation and environmental news: Nepal
Staggering number of snares emptying forests in Southeast Asia
A snaring crisis is decimating wildlife in Southeast Asia and increasing the risk of zoonotic ...
Earth Hour 2020: Nepal goes digital in solidarity with people and the planet
Kathmandu, Nepal – In the midst of the global COVID-19 health crisis, Earth Hour Nepal was marked ...
WWF Asia Pacific offices’ Statement on the need to end trade and consumption of wildlife in the region
WWF Asia Pacific offices applaud the decision taken by the Standing Committee of the National ...
Nepal gears up for Earth Hour 2020
Over the last decade, Earth Hour in Nepal has emerged as a known platform for urban youth to ...
Government of Nepal launches new Integrated Landscape Management Project
Kathmandu, Nepal – The Ministry of Forests and Environment launched the Integrated Landscape ...
WWF Nepal and Nepal Academy of Science and Technology embark on 5-year partnership
Kathmandu, 30 December 2019 - In a bid to spur knowledge production, discussion, and awareness ...
Marking International Mountain Day with "Tracking the Mountain Ghost"
Another conservation milestone for Nepal, two big cats successfully collared
Two snow leopards were successfully collared in mid-November in Bhijer of Shey Phoksundo National ...
Ghataraj Memorial School to represent Nepal in Asia’s biggest wildlife quiz!
Kathmandu, Nepal – Ghataraj Memorial School emerged the proud winner of the Nepal edition of Wild ...
WWF Nepal recognizes grassroot conservationists and youth through its Conservation Awards and Memorial Scholarships
WWF Nepal recognized the role and contributions of promising individuals and organizations through ...