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Globally, human population and resulting influences are growing at an unprecedented rate and so are the environmental problems. As a result of which, life support systems are believed to have advanced towards the critical threshold. However, much of the population remains either unaware of the issues or show reluctance in absence of sufficient evidence. This scenario has degraded the environmental quality and thus the quality of life. Understanding the complexity of environmental problems and stakeholders’ concern through multidisciplinary approaches are essential to maintain environmental quality. It is, thus a prime time to think and work on actions from local to global scales to secure sustainable living.

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The endangered red panda in Himalayas: Potential distribution and ecological habitat associates

Read a scientific publication highlighting distribution and habitat of endangered species “Red Panda”. The publication comes as a result form the efforts put forward by a diverse international team in which our member Mr. Prakash Chandra Aryal provided his contributions. The research published in Elsevier’s “Global Ecology and Conservation” which was made available online on […]

Turtle Survey in Chure Region of Nepal

ENPROSC has been conducting field research based on the status of turtles in the chure region of Nepal. The conservation in this region comes directly under the The Government of Nepal’s President Chure-Tarai Madhesh Conservation Program. The region which is rich in biodiversity with 1,308 species out of the total 1,988 species of flora and […]

Ecotourism Potential of Tinjure Milke Jaljale Area: A Rhododendron Capital of Nepal

A research based on Eco Tourism carried out in collaboration with Environment Protection and Study Center (ENPROSC), GoldenGate International College (GGIC) and Environment Conservation and Training Center (ECTrain) was published in Journal of Tourism and Adventure in 2019. Three team members from ENPROSC  contributed to the research which focuses conservation and development outside protected areas. […]

Save the red panda before it is too late

Read an article from our member Mr. Chandramani Aryal which was published in daily newspaper “The Kathmandu Post” on 24th September 2019 about Red Panda Conservation. The article highlights the international status of Red Panda in the present along with the conservation challenges seen in Nepalese context. The article also sheds light on development issues […]

Kathmandu Pond Survey Orientation

A team of 25 volunteers and participants selected from “Croaking Monsoon 2019” were oriented for the “Kathmandu Pond Survey” program on 23rd September 2019 at ENPROSC office. This program is the second phase of “Croaking Monsoon- 2019” project. ENPROSC is still accepting contributions in the form of original photographs of frogs for the first stage […]

Campaign on Environment and its Conservation

Environment Protection and Study Center (ENPROSC) and Companions for Amphibians and Reptiles of Nepal (CARON)  organized an environmental interaction program in association with Life Vision Academy on 23rd August, 2019. The program conducted at Life Vision Academy premises, Bistachhap, Godawari, Lalitpur aimed to provide school level students with links to the current scenario of the […]

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