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Transboundary Landscapes

Sharing best practices of sustainable mountain development with Chinese community leaders in the Far Eastern Himalaya

When it comes to best practices, the answers usually lie close to home. Communities in China’s Yunnan Province understood that ...

Experts call for greater focus on mountain-specific conservation issues

The global biodiversity conservation agenda needs to be customized to the local context if we are to make significant advances, ...

21 Jun 2021 KSL
A public–private–community forestry partnership in Baitadi

Trees, the environment, and the economy Trees provide multiple environmental, economic, and spiritual benefits. They purify the air, sequester carbon, prevent ...

Ethnic cuisines for healthier, more sustainable, and equitable food systems

A short video on the significance of ethnic cuisines was screened ...

World Environment Day 2021 celebrations with the Government of Pakistan and UNEP

We collaborated with the Government of Pakistan’s Ministry of Climate Change (MoCC) and the United Nations ...

4 May 2021 KSL
From a gateway to a destination: Developing Namkha as a transboundary tourism hub

Namkha Rural Municipality is repositioning itself. Nestled in the remote Humla District of Nepal, the municipality borders the southern edge ...

13 Apr 2021 KSL
Experts highlight women traders’ vulnerability to COVID-19, other stressors

Women traders in the Hindu Kush Himalaya face many constraints and the COVID-19 pandemic has severely disrupted their economic activities. ...

2 Apr 2021 Bhutan
Training Bhutan’s forest field officials in mapping human-wildlife conflict hotspots

  Human–wildlife conflict (HWC) and its impacts on people and biodiversity are multifold, especially in ecologically significant regions like the Hindu ...