Nepal stresses on apt policy to mitigate impact of global warming

climate-copenhagenKathmandu / Nov 03: Nepal’s permanent representative for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Ambika Luitel has highlighted the need to implement appropriate programmes to mitigate the adverse effects of global warming on Nepal’s Himalayas.

Addressing the 39th general meeting of UNESCO in Paris, the capital of France, on Thursday, she stressed on adopting measures to prevent global warming.

Nepal’s Permanent Representative to UNESCO, Luitel stated that global warming has not only affected the mountain region of Nepal but also caused damage to the biodiversity of the entire South Asia.

Luitel, who is also Nepal’s ambassador to France, said the establishment of the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development is a foundation to combating global warming and climate change, and ecosystem conservation.

Permanent Representative Luitel also said on the occasion that reconstruction and rehabilitation of the cultural heritages damaged by the earthquake was going on. Heads of State or of governments and ministers from UNESCO’s 195 member nations are taking part in the general assembly that began from Monday, the Embassy of Nepal, Paris stated in a press release today. RSS

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