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World Frog Day 2021 Celebration on 20th March 2021 in GoldenGate International College premises. Participants of the program (interns, provincial and district coordinators, photograph submitters) conducted in collaboration of ENPROSC, CARON, GGIC and WCN.
Photography: Pawan Rai
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At a Glance

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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Indigenous Knowledge for Climate Change

Indigenous knowledge refers to the understandings, knowledge, and philosophies developed by societies through the generation of living. Indigenous knowledge can help meet the goal of societies by developing sustainable agriculture and ensuring food security for local communities. It also acts as an important catalyst to sustainable development as it is directly related to resource management. […]

Croaking Monsoon 2021 Event: Environmental Communication

An event was organized online from the organizers of Croaking Monsoon 2021 as a part of the program on September 3 2021 focusing Environmental Communication. Understanding the importance of biological diversity, air , water and different issues of common interest, the program targeted outreach and incorporation of these issues into the daily lives of us […]

Forest structure and anthropogenic disturbances regulate plant invasion in urban forests

This scientific article is a result of the research on urban environment focusing Kathmandu Valley led and conducted by Environment Protection and Study Center (ENPROSC)’s team member Mr. Prakash Chandra Aryal. The research boasts of fair share of contributions from second ENPROSC’s member, Mr. Chandramani Aryal as well. It was published in the Journal ‘Urban […]

Croaking Monsoon 2021 Event

Croaking monsoon 2021, organized two online events focusing photography of frogs  and taxonomy of frogs in Nepal on 24th July 2021 and August 9th  2021 respectively. The key speakers for the programs Mr. Om Yadav  and Mr. Santosh Bhattarai provided details on various aspects of the photography and taxonomy. The program were attended by more […]

Scholars for Disaster Risk Reduction in Nepal

Disaster is an event that has a capacity to bring serious disruption on the functioning of a community or a society involving widespread human, material, economic and environmental losses. Technically disasters that are of geological, hydrometeorological or biological origin are naturally occurring process on earth until and unless that are evident to any physical or […]

NOTES FROM A PANDEMIC

Thinking about the life in between this pandemic, it’s clear that humanity has reached an inflection point. Every sector of our community recognizes the urgent need to address our environmental challenges. Pandemic has always taught us to give more importance to what we have. A little unsure, a little excited, a little careful and a […]

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