Publications in NEPAL


Let's Be Wild
6/18/2014

Sagarmatha
Photograph by Alex Sharp I had flown into Tibet from Nepal, as I had been told that the view of Mt Everest in Tibet was far superior to the Nepalese view. I organised the travel visa, which is a must now due to the Chinese situation, and traveled in
Waterworld
9/5/2008

The Kosi River has a long history of devastating flooding. Here in the Araria district of India the situation is said to be the worst in fifty years. Source: UNICEF
UK Gaurdian
7/7/2018

Psychologist Michal Kosinski says artificial intelligence can detect your sexuality and politics just by looking at your face. What if he’s right?Vladimir Putin was not in attendance, but his loyal lieutenants were. On 14 July last year, the Russian

Fear of a catastrophic nuclear winter gripped much of the media and political establishments, much the way fear of global warming/climate change does today. If you are under fifty years of age, you probably never heard of Nuclear Winter.  Even if yo

Elevated hand pumps provide easier access to water during floods
Dakshin Sahipur, a small village near the bank of Karnali River gets flooded every year. Most of the residents here are former bonded labourers, freed after the Government of Nepal abolished the bonded labour system in 2002. The government provided

Authorities join local communities on mock flood exercises in Nepal
USAID/OFDA funded project, implemented by Practical Action and Nepal Red Cross, joined hands with government agencies and communities to organise mock flood exercises in Kankai and Kamala River basins in Jhapa, Siraha and Dhanusha districts marking

From porter to proud agri-entrepreneur
The inspiring story of Nara Bahadur Rawat Far from the madding crowd, a man who has toiled his whole life lives a quiet life. An immigrant worker to India and now back to his dwelling at Jumla, Nara Bahadur Rawat (47), is happy with his life. And wh

Solar powered irrigation is helping communities fight water scarcity
By Menila Kharel and Sujan Piya The impact of climate change on water resources is alarming. Increasing temperature is causing higher evaporation which causes extreme drying of lands leading to droughts across the world. Melting snow in the Himalaya

From porter to proud agri-entrepreneur: An inspiring story of Nara Bahadur Rawat
Far from the madding crowd, a man who has toiled his whole life lives a quiet life. An immigrant worker to India and now back to his dwelling at Jumla, Nara Bahadur Rawat (47), is happy with his life. And why wouldn’t he be? Life in Jumla is f

Solar Powered Irrigation ‘Helping communities fight against water scarcity’
By Menila Kharel and Sujan Piya The impact of climate change on water resources is alarming. Increasing temperature is causing higher evaporation which causes extreme drying of lands leading to droughts across the world. Melting of snow in Himalaya



1800s technology unearthed in Spokane project

1800s technology unearthed in Spokane project


Sandia National Laboratories receives $10m from DOE to design a cheaper and more efficient solar energy system

Sandia National Laboratories receives $10m from


2018 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming News Roundup Number 28

2018 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming


Former Ducks, Senators goalie Ray Emery drowns in Canada

Former Ducks, Senators goalie Ray Emery drowns in


Latam Eco Review: Spectacled bears in the spotlight

Latam Eco Review: Spectacled bears in the