Agriculture in Nepal
Snow cover melting

Copenhagen climate summit: Copenhagen Accord a step in right direction, but insufficient

Copenhagen, Denmark, 19 December 2009, IUCN - World leaders in Copenhagen have taken a first and useful step to slow the course of climate change – a threat that is already affecting people, ecosystems and biodiversity in many parts of the world. A global, legally-binding climate change treaty must be the next step. …   | Chinese

19 Dec 2009 | International news release

Himalaya Mountains

New Tools for Mountain Ecosystems Management

Innovative tools and experiences for mountain ecosystems management were highlighted at final workshop of the Hindu Kush Karakoram Himalaya (HKKH) Partnership in Katmandu, Nepal. …  

07 Sep 2009 | Event

World Environment Day 2008 Green Walk

IUCN Nepal celebrates Environment Day

Building on the past successful experiences, IUCN Nepal observed World Environment Day 2008 with awareness raising programmes to promote environmental awareness amongst the masses. …  

06 Jun 2008 | Event

Sagarmatha National Park

HKKH Partnership Project celebrates International Mt. Everest Day

On the occasion of the first International Mt. Everest Day, the HKKH Partnership Project has been inspired and encouraged to take a step further as well. A unique exchange has been organized to bring together stakeholders from the Central Karakoram National Park, Pakistan to visit the Sagarmatha National Park.  

27 May 2008 | Event

Barcelona Congress

Registration for the World Conservation Congress is now online

The online registration system for the World Conservation Congress, taking place in Barcelona, Spain, from 5 to 14 October, is now open. The Congress is the world’s largest and most important conservation event. Be a part of it and register now! You can also book your preferred accommodation and excursion trips online.
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12 May 2008 | News story

4th WCC

Agenda and Documentation for the IUCN World Conservation Congress now available

As of today all the information and documents on which Members will vote at the World Conservation Congress in Barcelona (5 to 14 October 2008), including the new IUCN Programme "Shaping a sustainable future", are available online. …  

06 May 2008 | News story

Barcelona Congress

Contribute to IUCN’s policy and programme – submit a motion!

The electronic Motions Management System is now open and all members in good standing are invited to submit draft motions for consideration at the IUCN Members’ Assembly at the World Conservation Congress. Detailed information on how to submit motions is available here.  …   | Spanish

28 Apr 2008 | News story

Hoper Glacier, flowing out of the Central Karakoram National Park is one of a number of high mountain glacial systems which are crucial to the water needs of communities living in the valleys around the park.  .  The management plan for this park needs to consider actions to secure sustainable valley irrigation and domestic water supply in the face of global climate change.

Finding a workable conservation model for high altitude ecosystems

Using traditional protected areas, and other community-based natural resource management tools in Nepal, Pakistan and Tibet. …  

01 Apr 2008 | Project description

Ghodaghodi Lake, Nepal

From Vision to Action: Wetland Project Takes Off

The conservation and sustainable use of wetlands in Nepal project officially kicked-off today through an inception workshop. The project is first of its kind to undertake a combination of building institutional capacity, enhancing collaborative management of wetland resources, linking practice into policy, and pilot interventions by addressing a range of ecological, economic and social challenges in two of Nepal's four Ramar sites - Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve and Ghodaghodi Lake Complex. …  

24 Mar 2008 | Event

Participants group discussion

Exploring Ways to Equitable Benefit Sharing

Can non timber forest products really help to reduce rural poverty and if so, how can they be more effectively used to balance human and conservation needs? Hills and mountains of Nepal's Himalaya are a treasure-trove of Non Timber Forest Products (NTFP) and Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MAPs) and associated indigenous and traditional knowledge wealth. Have they been given adequate attention to cope with issues such as unsustainable harvesting and habitat loss linking conservation with livelihoods? …  

12 Mar 2008 | Event


IUCN Nepal Programme Framework 2013-16