•      Thu Jul 25 2024

‘Nepal ready to work together on conservation of environment’

Kathmandu, Feb 28: Minister for Forest and Environment, Birendra Prasad Mahato, viewed government is committed to protect and capitalize the achievements made by various government agencies in environmental conservation.

Addressing the inaugural on ‘UN Environment Assembly’ that kicked off at Nairobi, Kenya, on Tuesday, Minister Mahato further viewed Nepal was ready to work together with development partners as UN and WWF which have been assisting Nepal in nature conservation.

He shared that Nepal had achieved success in the decade-long project on ‘restoration of ecosystem’ with multi-lateral agencies including UN working in environmental conservation.However, the achievement has created new challenge of human-wildlife conflict, Minister Mahato added.

Minister Mahato informed the global community that in the wake of restoration of habitats, the number of tiger and rhinoceros increased significantly in Nepal. Now, Nepal government is focused on strengthening human-nature relations while coping with climate change impact, according to him. #Nepal

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