• energy resouces
    dried cake form or mixed with other left over herbaceous biomass like cattle shade refuses and twigs and turned into stick form, has been the important traditional energy supplement in areas located away from the remaining forests, mostly in the Tarai belt of western, central and eastern Nepal...
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  • 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...
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  • Determinants of the Economic Development in Nepal
    , Water, Soil or Land. FOREST Forest is one of the important natural resources. Different types of forests are found in different regions of Nepal. It occupies about 37% of the total land of Nepal. Forest is the source of all wood-based industries. Industries like paper, furniture and timber are...
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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...
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  • Nepal
    regions are known as Terai, Siwaliks, Middle Mountains, High Mountains and High Himal from south to north direction. Nepal was once extensively covered by forests. Demand for fodder, overgrazing and uncontrolled cutting of timber and fuel wood, have significantly reduced the original forest cover. The...
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  • term paper
    tackle the various non-tariff barriers imposed by trading partners, especially those imposed by the various Indian states. The impact of climate change A report by LFP (2009b) assesses the nature and type of climate change impacts on forests and forestdependent people in Nepal. According to the...
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  • Economics
    dioxide in a big way. The saying “Hario ban Nepal ko Dhan” (Green Forests, Nepal’s Treasures) is a fitting slogan. W can create a conductive environment for garnering international support to launch more forestry projects in the country. Once such projects are popularized, Nepal can also benefit from...
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  • Paper
    framework, biodiversity conservation and its sustainable management is mandated to the Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation (MOE, 2010). 5 Climate Change Policy 2011, National Adaptation Plan of Action to Climate Change 2010 and recently emerging the NAPA based projects. Nepal Biodiversity...
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  • Essays
    Nepal (Bhaktapur) Rover / Ranger Scouts and the Japanese (PaxIV) Rovers at Sipadol V.D.C ward no 9. The main objective of the project is to conserve the nature by activating new trend in the conservational field. During the past years Nepal used to be the land of the forest. Many mountains and land...
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  • Property Rights Structures and Environmental Resource Management
    , I intended to identify the most important types of heterogeneity that might affect the equity of resource distribution through an empirical study of common property forest management in Nepal. I argue that recent policy shifts towards community-based forest management (from informal systems of...
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  • Presentation
    reptiles are listed as endangered. They also find mention in the world listings of endangered animals (MoPE, 2000). Population growth and urbanization have caused deterioration of the natural environment in Nepal. Forest depletion is one of the major environmental issues in the country, with...
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  • Nepal
    cultivable. Rest includes forests and mountainous areas. The lowland Terai region however is very fertile. The main agricultural products include rice, maize, sugarcane, root crops. Carpet and garment industry had a rapid growth after 2000 has improved economy of Nepal. Tourism is the main industry...
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  • Mountain sustainability
    high opportunity cost in their conservation, owing to the restriction of economic activities in protected areas. Because of the wide range of altitude (3 to 4 km) and variation in climate, mountains support many types of forests. The Himalayas have more forest types than even the Amazon (Singh 2011...
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  • Report on Historical Place-Changunarayan
    as Changu. The temple is surrounded by forest with champak tree and a small village, known as Changu Village. The temple is located in Changu VDC of Bhaktapur District, Nepal. This hill is about 22 kilometer east of Kathmandu and 8 kilometer north of Bhaktapur. The Manahara River flows beside the...
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  • Tiger
    semi-deciduous forests along the major river system of the Gangetic and Brahmaputra plains, but has now been largely converted to agriculture or severely degraded. Today, the best examples of this habitat type are limitated to a few blocks at the base of the outer foothills of the Himalayas including...
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  • Ecotourism
    Government of Nepal funded for the development of Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) spread out to 5 districts comprises of foot-trail construction, forest zoning, proper camping for trekkers and other environment conservation programmes. This project has resulted in the development of...
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  • Culture and Religion
    principles for sustainable living encouraged in a chosen religion and in a case study from Nepal; • To analyse the relevance and applicability of principles of sustainable living in the Nepal case study; and • To encourage reflection on the contribution of religious education in Education...
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  • Nepal
    , 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 BHAT...
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  • Plastics Are Boon or Curse
    floods. Forests also contain roughly 90 percent of the world's terrestrial biodiversity.[3] Wildlife: The wildlife in India is a mix of species of different types of organisms.A culturally worship of some of the animals are followed over centuries.[1...
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  • Participatory watershed management
    consulting the local people (Ohler et al., 2000). Since its inception during the early 1970s, the approach to resource management in Nepal consisted of top-down planning, implementing and monitoring of activities. Available maps and aerial photos were used to assess land and forest resources. Targets...
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