Students’ Meet on Climate Change
5 June 2011
The Small Earth Nepal (SEN) with the support of WWF Nepal organized one day programme entitled “Students’ Meet on Climate Change “on the occasion of the World Environment Day (WED) on Sunday, 5 June 2011at Nepal Administrative Staff College, Jawalakhel, Lalitpur.
This year the day was celebrated with the theme “Forests: Nature At Your Service” that coincides with the UN International Year of Forests 2011 to raise awareness on sustainable management,conservation and sustainable development of all types of forests....read more>>
Launching of the Communicating Climate Change: We can Address it, Solutions within us
21 May 2011
The Small Earth Nepal (SEN) launched the project called “Communicating Climate Change: We can Address it, Solutions within us” on 21 May 2011, which is supported by the Korea Green Foundation, in Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery (TTYA), Namo Buddha, Kabhrepalanchok District of Nepal....read more>>
The Small Earth Nepal Awarded with Green Asia Grant
The Small Earth Nepal (SEN) has been awarded with Green Asia Grant 2011 established by Korea Green Foundation for the project COMMUNICATING CLIMATE CHANGE WE CAN ADDRESS IT, SOLUTIONS WITHIN US EXTENDED MISSION CARBON NEUTRAL NEPAL: A PILOT PROJECT ON NAMO BUDDHA MONASTERY at Namo Buddha Monastery of Kabhrepalanchok district of Nepal. The award is for the outstanding research and awareness program conducted in the monastery during 2009/10. The project is being coordinated by Mr. Sundar Layalu, Researcher of the SEN and an International Climate Champion-2009/10 of the British Council Nepal....
International Student Meet 2011
11-13 March 2011
National Institute of Technology (NIT), Rourkela, Orissa, India
The International Student Meet (ISM) was confluence of students from different continents with different countries like Nepal, Iran, Indonesia, Singapore and India representing different civilizations, lifestyles and various academic backgrounds.
The collaboration of Students from different field making up a team and moving on in a venture of the International Student Meet was one of its new kinds. Our team comprised of students of different fields, interests and goals. The foremost intention of taking part in an International event is to make our country recognized to the outside world as well. We also promoted the Nepal Tourism Year 2011.
Graduates' Workshop on Wetlands
2 February 2011
The Small Earth Nepal (SEN) and the Central Department of Environmental Science (CDES), Tribhuvan University jointly organized one day workshop entitled Graduates' Workshop on Wetlands. In the workshop, eight research papers were presented in different aspects of wetlands of Nepal. The program was attended by more than 70 graduate students from half dozens of colleges in Kathmandu Valley and beyond. In the same program, Mr. Dhiraj Pradhananga, the president of The Small Earth Nepal made an announcement of research grant to be given to the young researchers with the help of UNESCO in the field of water and climate change. The workshop was supported by WWF Nepal, Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST) and National Lake Conservation Development Committee (NLCDC). Read more>>