Subodh Gautam

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Shey Phoksundo Lake rapidly being polluted by visitor's garbage

Published On: May 9, 2019 08:30 AM NPT By: Subodh Gautam

DOLPA, May 9: Shey Phoksundo Lake of Dolpa, which mesmerizes any visitor with its deep blue water, freshness and beauty, is fast losing its form.

Partly cloudy all over country on Dec 7

Published On: December 5, 2017 08:54 PM NPT By: Subodh Gautam

KATHMANDU, Dec 5: The Meteorological Forecasting Division has forecasted partly cloudy throughout the country on the day of the second phase of the elections, December 7.

We are at risk of climate change though we don’t emit much carbon: Minister Chaudhary

Published On: November 17, 2017 07:29 PM NPT By: Subodh Gautam

Bonn, (Germany), Nov 17: Minister for Population and Environment Mithila Chaudhary has said that Nepal will embrace the concept adopted by the G 77China and the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) on the climate change and its impact.

Macron: Europe will replace US funding for UN climate science

Published On: November 16, 2017 05:47 PM NPT By: Subodh Gautam

BONN, Nov 16: French president Emmanuel Macron sent a pulse of excitement racing through the Bonn climate summit with a speech seizing the mantle of climate leadership from the US.

PMO recalls Secretary from COP 23 conference, cites poor work performance

Published On: November 16, 2017 03:56 PM NPT By: Subodh Gautam

GERMANY, Nov 16: The Office of the Prime Minister has recalled Dr. Bishwanath Oli, secretary of the Ministry of Population and Environment (MoPE) for poor work performance. Oli, who is currently attending the COP 23 at Bonn, Germany, will return Nepal tomorrow.

Global warming to hit around 5 degree Celsius by the end of 21st century (with photos)

Published On: November 15, 2017 07:44 PM NPT By: Subodh Gautam

BONN, (Germany), Nov 15: It has been a decade since the scientists first warned that the climate change would have a negative impact on the human world if the temperature soared above 1.5 degree Celsius by the 21st century.

Humans-wildlife conflict eases in Chitwan

Published On: September 23, 2017 08:17 AM NPT By: Subodh Gautam

KALABANJAR, Sept 22: Growing incidents of tiger menace had made the locals of eastern belt of Narayani river quite intolerant toward the beast. As tigers would kill and injure them, they would also trap the wild animal in retribution, which had taken toll on its population. The conflict lasted for almost 14 years. Now, the situation is quite different. Not only tigers, but even other animals in the jungle are safer at the hands of humans. Thanks to the steps taken to manage human-wildlife conflict, things are changing for good.

Human-wildlife conflict drops in Chitwan

Published On: September 23, 2017 01:42 AM NPT By: Subodh Gautam

KALABANJAR, Sept 23: Growing incidents of tiger menace had made the locals of eastern belt of Narayani river quite intolerant toward the beast. As tigers would kill and injure them, they would also trap the wild animal in retribution, which had taken toll on its population. The conflict lasted for almost 14 years. Now, the situation is quite different. Not only tigers, but even other animals in the jungle are safer at the hands of humans. Thanks to the steps taken to manage human-wildlife conflict, things are changing for good.