Training and Research at Baguwa Village of Gorkha District
20 January 2011
The Small Earth Nepal (SEN) organized two days program jointly with Baguwa (Gorkha) Health and Development Society, the local organization at the Baguwa VDC, one of the remote villages of Gorkha District on 17 and 18 January 2011. The goal of the program was to formulate a long term strategy and action plan to develop the village as a ‘Model Village’ in terms of sustainable development. The program was held at the program Hall of Ram Chandra Primary School under the Chairmanship Mrs. Malati Bhatta, principal of the Shree Shanti Higher Secondary School. The program was formally inaugurated by the Chief Guest Mr. Jit Bhadur Shrestha, the foremost forest caretaker of Baguwa Community Forest.
Global Day of Action with the IGCCCP Declaration
4 December 2010
The Small Earth Nepal (SEN) in collaboration with the Consortium for Capacity Building (CCB) at the University of Colorado, Boulder (USA) celebrated the Global Day of Action to encourage people to take action against climate change. The programme is organised every year worldwide to put pressure to the world leaders who meet at the UN’s climate change conference. This year’s climate conference (COP 16) is being held from November 29 to December 10 at Cancun, Mexico.
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Conference Gives Rise to Eco Generation Network
19 November 2010
The five days long International Graduate Conference on Climate Change and People has been wrapped up today with the message of going together for climate action instead of blaming each other. The role of academicians and especially youths has been highlighted the most by the conference. Finally, network of Eco Generation, a network to communicate climate change, has been initiated among the delegates.
Five days 'International Graduate Conference on Climate Change and People' on full swing
15 November 2010, Kathmandu, Nepal
The International Graduate Conference on Climate Change and People has been inaugurated on 15 November 2010 at the National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC) Auditorium, Khumaltar, Nepal. The opening session was attended by Dr. Jagadish Chandra Pokharel, Vice-Chairman of National Planning Commission, Nepal, as the Chief Guest.
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The Conference is mainly focused on the multidisciplinary capacity building of graduate students of various disciplines through the sharing of knowledge and experience by experts and participants on Climate Affairs, from climate-related science to impacts to policy & economics to ethics & equity. Climate Affairs is a concept which aims to enhance the “eco-generation” of climate leaders and climate agents in their respective academic and practical areas of concern.