Published on Dec 14 2014 // Featured, Slideshow, World News
UN members agree deal at Lima climate talks despite poor countries’ protest
United Nations members have reached an agreement on how countries should tackle climate change. Delegates have approved a framework for setting national pledges to be submitted to a summit next year. Differences over the draft text caused the two-week talks in Lima, Peru, to overrun by two days. Environmental...

Published on Oct 24 2014 // Opinion
Climate change and food security in Nepal
By Sushil Koirala- Food is anything that nutrifies living creatures. For most people, food is as dear as their religion and represents where they are from, who their ancestors are. Furthermore, food is personal, communal as well as a celebration. It’s comfort. It’s a ritual. It’s fuel. It’s also…...

Published on Sep 22 2014 // Science And Technology, Slideshow, World News
Global carbon emissions to reach all time high in 2014
The Eastern Hemisphere of Earth can be seen in this “blue marble” view captured by NASA’s Suomi NPP satellite. September 22: Ahead of the UN Climate Summit, the environmentalists and scientists have said that the carbon-dioxide emission will reach a new high in the atmosphere this year. According...

Published on Sep 13 2014 // Nepal News, Slideshow
ICIMOD, NMA sign MoU on climate change issues     
Kathmandu, September 12: In a bid to work in the field of climate change, for livelihood improvement of people in the Himalayan region and work for climate adaptation and resilience, the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) and Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) signed...