Good science and empowered communities can make essential changes for existing issues in biodiversity and help in creating a better future.
Sixth mass extinction is rapidly approaching due to different anthropogenic activities further accelerated by climate change.
Nepal is a country rich in biodiversity, with a variety of wildlife found throughout its diverse landscapes. From the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas to the lush forests of the Terai, Nepal is home to over 200 species of mammals, 900 species of birds, 600 species of butterflies, and countless other insects, reptiles, and amphibians.
Thanks to conservation efforts, Nepal has achieved some remarkable success with endangered species such as Bengal tigers, one-horned rhinos and vultures. Nepal is also home to Asian elephants, snow leopards, red pandas, and many other iconic species.
We partner with other non-profits, corporations, government, individuals, communities, scientist to conduct comprehensive research and create globally competent professional to work in the field of biodiversity.
We believe that good science and capable manpower can make essential changes to existing issues in biodiversity, helping to create a better future for all.
Our projects are designed to address specific conservation needs and contribute to the preservation of biodiversity.
However, Nepal’s biodiversity faces a variety of threats.
Habitat loss and degradation due to human activities such as deforestation, and infrastructure development are major concerns. Climate change is also having an impact, with rising temperatures and changing weather patterns affecting the timing of plant growth and migration patterns of animals. Poaching and illegal wildlife trade are also significant threats to Nepal’s wildlife. In addition, negative interactions between humans and wildlife, such as crop raiding and livestock predation, can lead to conflict and retaliation against animals.
We are committed to the conservation of biodiversity and the protection of our planet’s natural resources.
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