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Biodiversity Conservation

Green Governance Nepal promotes community-based conservation and sustainable management of biodiversity through a participatory approach, maintaining equitable benefit sharing to boost local livelihood. 

Policy and Governance

Governance refers to any system’s actions and processes that give rise to stable functioning. Governance is a key division of GGNepal. It encourages the forestry sector to work with good governance and sustainable development in natural resource management. Government decisions and regulations affect everyone’s life every day. We encourage the development and sound and effective …

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Livelihood Development

Livelihood is a set of arrangements that helps living. We focus to help communities enrich, and develop from the wise and sustainable use of resources. Livelihood is one of the key divisions of GGNepal. We encourage communities to live symbiotically alongside nature. As a result, people can live in a healthy, and clean environment besides …

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Climate Change

Climate Change is creating a nuisance the world over. We have extensively worked on various aspects of climate change including climate change adaptation to capacity building. Along with government agencies, we have worked with various NGOs and INGOs. We have run bleeding edge simulations on carbon emissions and done hands-on field work on estimating carbon …

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Natural Resource Management

Natural Resource Management refers to the management of natural resources focusing on how the quality of life can be enhanced. One of the key areas of interest where Green Governance Nepal puts its energy is Natural Resource Management. Along with governmental agencies, we have collaborated with NGOs and INGOs to develop strategies against human-wildlife interaction …

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Community-Based Conservation of East Himalayan Yew in western mid-hills of Nepal.

Endangered gymnosperm ‘East Himalayan Yew (Taxus wallichiana Zucc.)’ had been heavily exploited all around the range for its’ leaves and bark to produce a chemical called ‘taxol’ which is used to produce the anti-cancer drug ‘paclitaxel’. Along with the unsustainable harvesting of leaves and bark, cutting of trees for timber and firewood, grazing, and forest …

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International Training Program (ITP) -Locally Controlled Forest Restoration (LoCoFoRest).

Funded by: The Swedish Forest Agency, att Anders Malmer ANMA801, SwedenLoCoFoRest will build capacity in national, regional and local institutions and organisations. The programme will give participants the skills and knowledge to enrich their organisations’ capacity to support local communities and entrepreneurs to make forest and landscape restoration scalable and to take advantage of new …

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