Driven for Conservation
Achieving better understanding of biodiversity, protection of ecosystem functions, enhanced understanding of climate change and empowered resilient communities with intact value-system.
A sustainable world in harmony with nature.
We work with researchers, communities and policy-makers to incorporate high-quality research into nature conservation.
We believe that local communities play a crucial role in conservation efforts. By involving communities, we are able to build relationships and partnerships that foster a sense of ownership and responsibility for the environment.
Our approach is guided by sound science and evidence-based research. We conduct thorough assessments and evaluations to determine the effectiveness of our interventions and make adjustments.
OUR WORKING AREAS
Our projects are inter-disciplinary with the intent to bring communities forward as conservation leaders.
Bats for balanced ecosystem
This ecological documentary tells the story of the tradition that has connected indigenous Chepang, bats and butter trees for centuries in a mutualistic relationship.
Save The Frogs Day 2023 was celebrated successfully on the 28th of April with participation of students of three schools from different regions of Nepal with the support of Save The Frogs!
Several project activities have been completed including – Chiuri Sapling Plantation, Bat Monitoring Training, Vegetation Survey of Chiuri, Bat Habitat Survey, and Beekeeping Workshop.
NCSC team partnered with Community Conservation, Inc. and Community Conservation Nepal to participate in the Women of the World (WOW) Festival 2022 organized by the British Council on 15-16 April 2022 at Lumbini World Heritage Site.
The goal of this project is to study the ethnobiological interrelationship between the Chepang community, the Chiuri tree and the fruit-eating bats in order to promote awareness and implement conservation programs.
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Nature Conservation and Study Centre
P.O. Box: 2175 Kathmandu, Nepal
Monday – Friday | 10:00 am-4:00 am