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29 April 2022
Nepal

The Forest Research and Training Centre (FRTC) is pleased to announce the launch of Nepal’s National Land Cover Monitoring System (NLCMS) to mark Earth Day. The system uses cloud computing and artificial intelligence to generate consistent data on how much of a region is covered by forests, wetlands, agriculture, and other land and water types, on an annual basis.

16 April 2022
Nepal

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A recent Nepal Rastra Bank report suggests that property price in Kathmandu Valley is increasing at the rate of 27.7 percent a year, doubling the real estate value every 3.5 years. 

7 April 2022
Nepal
  • On March 27, Nepali authorities evicted about 100 members of the Indigenous Chepang community living in Chitwan National Park and set fire to their huts.
  • They allege the community members are encroaching on national park land, famous for its rhinos and tigers, and building new settlements despite warnings and resettlement plans rolled out by the government.
3 March 2022
Nepal

Local residents of Gaur, Rautahat, have lamented the failure of police administration to arrest people involved in a plot to capture the land of Gaur Rice Mills, including a government employee who confessed he forged official documents.

19 January 2022
Nepal

Life-threatening floods from bursting glacial lakes are just one of the many impacts of climate change that are leaving the people of Nepal unable to cope. Guest blogger Shreya K.C. calls on world leaders to replace fake handshakes with concrete action.


22 November 2021
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True resilience relies on connecting the dots. Connecting the dots between nature, climate and energy. Connecting the dots between land-use, energy and agriculture, between livelihoods, natural resources, economic growth, social development and conservation, between people and the impacts climate change has on their lives.

Pueblos Indígenas Nepal @Amnistía Internacional
9 August 2021
Asia
Nepal

Los pueblos indígenas de Nepal han sufrido en los últimos cinco decenios una lista interminable de violaciones de derechos humanos como consecuencia de políticas de conservación abusivas, afirman Amnistía Internacional y el Centro de Autosuficiencia Comunitaria (CSRC por sus siglas en inglés) en un nuevo informe publicado hoy.

Nepal: Indigenous peoples the silent victims of country’s conservation ‘success story’
9 August 2021
Nepal

Nepal’s Indigenous peoples have suffered a litany of human rights violations over the past five decades as a result of abusive conservation policies, said Amnesty International and the Community Self-Reliance Centre (CSRC), in a new report published today.

Fonte: Indigenous Voice
9 August 2021
Asia
Nepal

Katmandu, 9 Ago 2021 (AFP) - Os povos indígenas do Nepal sofrem violações de seus direitos humanos, que incluem torturas e assassinatos, em nome das políticas ambientais, afirmaram nesta segunda-feira (9) em um relatório conjunto a Anistia Internacional (AI) e uma organização local. 

7 August 2021
Nepal

Les populations autochtones au Népal subissent depuis les 50 dernières années une longue série de violations des droits humains du fait de politiques de préservation violentes, déclarent Amnesty International et le Community Self-Reliance Centre (Centre d’autonomie communautaire, CSRC) dans un nouveau rapport publié le 9 août 2021.

Commission to mark land for landless dissolved
4 August 2021
Nepal

The government today dissolved the Land Related Problem-Solving Commission that was formed by the KP Sharma Oli government on 22 March 2020.

The commission was formed to provide land to landless people across the country and to manage informal settlers. It had a tenure of three years.

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