Story | 09 Jun, 2023
Local uptake of climate change adaptation measures and practices by forest farm producers in Nepal.
Story | 29 May, 2023
Between 1-4 March 2023, Dr Bruno Oberle, IUCN Director General , and Dr Grethel Aguilar, Deputy Director General (Regions), visited Nepal to strengthen the Union’s engagement with IUCN Members and the government. During the visit, they met with the Rt. Honourable Prime Minister of Nepal, Pushpa…
Story | 18 May, 2023
Women-led turmeric production initiative in the Bungdal Community Forest of Nepal is a great example of how a small group of determined individuals collectively can bring about change in their community.
Story | 05 Dec, 2022
Six country teams gathered in October 2022 to reflect on the implementation and achievements of Ecosystem-based adaptation on their respective mountain systems and communities…
Story | 08 Nov, 2022
In transboundary mountain ecosystems across Nepal, Bhutan, Peru, Colombia, Kenya, and Uganda, IUCN and partners have worked from 2017 - 2022 to implement ecosystem-based adaptation approaches to increase climate resilience and reduce vulnerabilities of local communities and the ecosystems they…
News | 29 Jul, 2022
Nepal declared its tiger population has reached 355 on the occasion of Global Tiger Day. With this, Nepal has successfully achieved a global commitment of the St. Petersburg tiger summit to double the wild tigers by 2022.
News | 13 Jul, 2022
'Improving climate resilience of vulnerable communities and ecosystems in the Gandaki River Basin, Nepal', a Green Climate Fund (GCF) funded project, held its inception workshop in Kathmandu to provide an overview of the project to the stakeholders.