Himalayan people appeal for Sonam Wangchuk

Ten individuals from across the Himalayan region have issued an appeal for the life of Sonam Wangchuk, a Ladakh environmental activist, who...

Walking the Talk on Mountain Climate

COP28 made strong progress on highlands and islands. Here is what to expect in 2024 and beyond

Go Gokyo

Khumbu in winter during COP28 shows how much Himalayan ice is gone

Loss and Damage as a Common Climate Cause

Countries like Bangladesh are not as critical of the UAE hosting COP28, hoping it will fund compensation when the West has fallen short

Justice delayed, justice denied

António Guterres takes to Nepal Parliament as victims of armed conflict and the civil society highlight government attempts to sabotage transitional justice process

Below Mt Everest, António Guterres urges climate action

On a visit to Nepal ahead of COP28, the UN Secretary General flies to the base of the world’s highest mountain to highlight a planet in peril

António Guterres meets Nepal’s leaders

Concluding the transitional justice process, climate change and Nepal’s role in UN peacekeeping discussed

António Guterres' agenda in Kathmandu

The UN Secretary General arrives on a trip overshadowed by the Israel-Hamas war to address the unfinished business of Nepal’s own conflict.

How Nepal can finance climate action

Government must prepare to forcefully push the loss and damage agenda at COP28 in Dubai

Saving Kangchenjunga

The biodiversity treasures of eastern Nepal are at risk from new roads, outmigration and climate change

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