• Organization TypeGovernment
  • HeadquartersNepal

Ministry of Forests and Environment (Nepal)

44.74% of the total area of Nepal is covered by the forest forest. Most of the daily necessities from the forest area like agriculture, tourism, environment, biological diversity and geographical development structure have been supplying wood, fuel-70 percent, animal feed -40 percent, herbs and barley and non-ferrous forest production.  Nepal is at high risk with the view of environmental sensitivity, natural perception and the impact of climate change. Due to climate change and geographical location and due to weak geological disadvantages, the effects of human rights and natural disasters have resulted in huge loss of wealth and environmental problems.   Due to the concept of green development, making human activity and development process environment-friendly, creating obligation to be adapted with the adverse impact of climate change, and reducing the impact of climate change in the country's sustainable development. To address the worldwide problem of climate change and climate change in 1992, the UN Summit has been in the United Nations Convention on the Earth Summit held in Rio de Janeiro. Nepal has started implementing the Paris-based Transformation Agreement 2015-2015 by implementing the Paris Agreement and the implementation of the MoU for the implementation of the agreement was aimed at reducing the work of uniformized thinking, skill in resource management and social-inclusive approach in socio-economic development by implementing Green Economy Strategy. Aim to Echo is.      
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  • Nepal (headquarters)
  • Kathmandu
  • Singh Durbar