• Ielts
    Introductory Meeting of the Forest & Farm Facility (FFF) in Nepal Hotel Everest, Katmandu, Nepal Saturday, 16 February 2013 (9:30 am – 12:30pm) [pic] Objective of meeting : To present and discuss the relevance of the FFF with Government institutions and forest/farm organizations and to identify...
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  • energy resouces
    The primary sources of woodfuels are both forest and non-forest land. Forest and other wooded land include natural forests (including degraded forests), shrub lands, wood and timber plantations and woodlots, grasslands, non cultivated inclusion. Non-forest land here includes agricultural land, agro-forestry...
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  • Determinants of the Economic Development in Nepal
    Topic: Determinants of the economic development in Nepal Economics Definition A social science that studies, how individuals, governments, firms and nations make choices on allocating scarce resources to satisfy their unlimited wants. Economics can generally be broken down into: macroeconomics, which...
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  • Sample Essays
    A TRAGEDY OF NON-TIMBER FOREST RESOURCES IN THE MOUNTAIN COMMONS OF NEPAL There is increasing degradation of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) in the mountains of Nepal. It has been proposed that different components of a common property resource (CPR) do not undergo degradation at the same rate...
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  • Nepal
    1.1 Nepal: Study Area 1.1.1 Location and Physical Characteristics Nepal is divided into five major physiographic regions which run in more or less parallel bands from northwest to southeast. Each of these regions has a distinctive agricultural and forestry land utilization pattern. These regions...
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  • term paper
    Low carbon competitiveness in Nepal Karen Ellis, Alberto Lemma and Andrew Scott with Asish Subedi and Ratnakar Adhikari September 2013 September 2013 Low carbon competitiveness in Nepal Policy brief Karen Ellis, Alberto Lemma and Andrew Scott with Asish Subedi and Ratnakar Adhikari  ...
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  • Economics
    reducing use of fossil fuels as well as the rate of forest land conversion.  More pro-active options for actually removing CO2 currently in the atmosphere are also available and typically involve increasing the amount of forest land or changing the way forests and soils are managed (i.e., limiting tree harvests...
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  • Essays
    extend our heartiest thanks to the Japanese Rover from the PaxIV Hyper for nature conservation project in Nepal. The project started on 15th September 2002 as a twining project between Nepal (Bhaktapur) Rover / Ranger Scouts and the Japanese (PaxIV) Rovers at Sipadol V.D.C ward no 9. The main objective...
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  • Paper
    M. Pokhrel3 PhD and B. Pandey3 MSc Gender Equity and Environment Division in the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Nepal Introduction Geography and Climate Nepal is situated between 26022'and 30027'N latitudes and 80040' and 88012' E longitudes and expanded in 147,181 km2 area covering...
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  • banking in nepal
    Banking in Nepal: A History of Banking System in Nepal This post is about banking in Nepal, a history of banking system in Nepal. In the context of Nepal, it is very difficult to trace the correct chorological history of the Banking systems in Nepal because there are no sufficient historical records...
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  • climate challenges
    water. Rising sea levels are already threatening the territories of small island states and vast stretches of coastland. Climate change impacts in Nepal demonstrate alarmingly increasing warming trends. According to a recent OECD report, Nepal’s average mean temperature is projected to increase 1.2 to...
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  • Mountain sustainability
    International Conference on Green Economy and Sustainable Mountain Development Opportunities and Challenges in View of Rio+20 5–7 September 2011, Kathmandu, Nepal 1 Green Economy for Sustainable Mountain Development 2 1 Introduction Preface The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development...
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  • Report on Historical Place-Changunarayan
    Secondary Method 2 Unit II 2.1 Findings 3-5 2.2 Conclusion 5 2.3 Recommendation 6 Unit III 3.1 Photo Gallery 7 Unit I 1.1 Introduction Nepal is a country with great historical importance. The Newars used to live in the Nepalese valley since a long time and thus they developed the culture...
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  • Property Rights Structures and Environmental Resource Management
    community-based property rights regimes in reference to community-based forest management in Nepal. The analysis is based on field data from 309 households from the mid-hills of the country to investigate stockholder’s incentives in common property forest management. The analysis of household level benefits from community...
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  • Ecotourism
    and social cost to this type of mainstream tourism. Following the Stockholm conference in 1972, the First World conservation strategy was published in 1980 jointly by International Union of Conservation of Nature (IUCN), WWF and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). Nepal endorsed this strategy...
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  • Nepal
    Nepal |Facts & Figures | |[pic] | |Map of Nepal | | | |Prime Minister: Pushpa Kamal Dahal (2008) ...
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  • Presentation
    Eco – Tourism: Steps Towards Sustainable Tourism Development in Nepal 2004 1 Eco – Tourism: Steps Towards Sustainable Tourism Development in Nepal Eco-tourism is a logical component of eco-development. It is a complex and multidisciplinary phenomenon and has a tremendous role to play in the interpretation...
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  • Tiger
    tigers. The scientists studied 16 captive white tigers from three different parents to come up with the conclusion.  As per the scientists, two types of melanin namely pheomelanin and eumelanin are used for identifying the color of fur, eye and stripes of the tiger. In case of the white tigers, pheomelanin...
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  • nepal
    Nepal From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the country. For other uses, see Nepal (disambiguation). Page semi-protected Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal सङ्घीय लोकतान्त्रिक गणतन्त्र नेपाल Loktāntrik Ganatantra Nepāl Flag Coat of arms ...
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  • Nepal
    outdoor pool, spa, free WI-FI in public areas etc. Than begin experiencing Nepal with an evening meal. The most popular food is a dish call the Dhal bhat tarkari consists of rice (bhat), curried vegetables (tarkari) and a type of lentil soup know as dhal. Bhat is certainly a staple Nepalese food. (DHAL...
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