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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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ENPROSC team members awarded with IHS Grant

We would like to congratulate two of Environment Conservation and Training Center (ENPROS) members Mr. Prakash Chandra Aryal and Mr. Chandra Mani Aryal to have been awarded with International Herpetological Symposium Grant for their research on Indotestudo Elongata. The grant shall aid the project ‘Trapped in the Anthropogenic Landscape: Conservation status of critically endangered Elongated Tortoise at […]

Influence of Roads on Frogs Covered by National Media

The results from ENPROSC’s signature program ‘Croaking Monsoon’ has been highlighted by Nepal’s leading media hub Kantpur’s news correspondent Mr. Gobinda Pokharel. The article published in ekantipur highlights results from the survey conducted from Croaking Monsoon’s program held in 2018.  Read more insights of the program in Nepal language where ENPROSC’s memebrs Mr. Prakash Chandra […]

Frog Conservation

Read an article from ENPROSC’s member Mr. Bishal Sharma on frog conservation published in Nepal Rublic Media’s Nagarik Daily  on July 25. The article highlights why frogs are important, how the species  are considered in Nepal and conservation approach adopted. Read more of the article where Mr. Sharma discusses about interesting frog facts such as […]

Occupancy of Mammalian Carnivore in Triyuga Forest of Eastern Lowland, Nepal

Read a research from Environment Protection and Study Center (ENPROSC)’s team member Mr. Chandramani Aryal,  published in the Journal ‘Journal of Environment Science’ a journal published by Government of Nepal MoFE’s Department of Environment in 2020. The research highlights mammalian carnivore and their occupancy in regions outside of protected areas in Nepal.  Read an abstract […]

Soil moisture & roads influence the occurrence of frogs in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal

Read a research publication from Environment Protection and Study Center (ENPROSC)’s signature program Croaking Monsoon based project ‘Kathmandu Amphibian Survey 2018’.  The paper is result from combined efforts from nine authors from various institutions. Six of seven team members of  ENPROSC have contributed to the article.  The article  published on 17th July 2020 in Elsevier’s  […]

Be The Frog Scientist: Croaking Monsoon 2020

Biodiversity Nepal covered the ENPROSC’s signature program Croaking Monsoon 2020. Biodiversity Nepal thrives to be recognized as an accurate and trustworthy source of information about nature and not limited to natural resources, biological interaction, conservation methods, and models, climate change, and biodiversity loss. The article provides information on Croaking Monsoon, its concept, development, programs conducted […]

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