•      Tue Feb 27 2024
Reactions pour in as COP28 concludes, LDC terms outcome ‘not…

Kathmandu, Dec 14: As the two-week-long UN climate summit, COP28, concludes, reactions are pouring in from various groups- with concern and with little celebration. “This outcome is not perfect, we expected more. It reflects the very lowest possible ambition that we could accept rather than what we know, according to

COP-28: Who saves humanity from climate crisis?

Climate change is a global menace with disproportionate effects and impacts on the countries for their availability of resources and

‘Our agri-food systems operate under a perpetual cloud of risk…

This includes implementing cash transfers and food-for-work programs, as well as prioritizing investments in the most vulnerable communities. Our ability

Nepal assumes Chairmanship of LDC global coordination bureau

Nepal has assumed the Chairmanship of the Global Coordination Bureau of the Least Developed Countries (LDC) for three years.

Qatar to provide US$60 million for Least Developed Countries

I urge the development partners to follow the example of Qatar and take the initiative to support the implementation of

Manjeet Dhakal
LDCs are taking action and have submitted climate plans to…

The call for countries to revisit their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) in line with 1.5°C and provision of support for

COP27: Time to work for secure future in the face…

"Climate change is landing blow after blow upon humanity and the planet, an onslaught that will only intensify in the