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COP26: Where We Stand?, by Anusuya Aryal (rn 30/11/2021)

Financing climate adaptation : It is necessary to educate the public that clean energy usage is economically viable, by Siddhant Raj Pandey (kp 28/11/2021)

Mercury starts dipping as winter closes in (ht 28/11/2021)

“Studies of financial burdens imposed on communities by climate-induced disasters are scant and inadequate”: Rajan Thapa. Rajan Thapa, a climate change expert whose team’s research paper was presented as evidence of climate change’s impact in Nepal at COP26, on misconceptions regarding the crisis, and the necessity of more research and media coverage (interview), nlt 27/11/2021)

Weather expected to improve only after a few days (rep 26/11/2021)

Met office predicts partly cloudy weather, snowfall in highlands (kh 24/11/2021)

Temperature plummeting across country; weather to improve from Sunday (kh 20/11/2021)

Public transport, aviation sectors asked to apply precautions after poor visibility (kh 19/11/2021)

Met office predicts generally cloudy weather, snowfall in highlands (kh 19/11/2021), Weather expected to gradually improve from Sunday (kh 19/11/2021)

Kathmandu Valley experiences increase in cold today (rep 18/11/2021), Weather: Low Pressure System Brings Cloudy Condition With Snowfall (rn 18/11/2021)

World Vlog Challenge highlights the despoliation of Khumbu region by climate change : Ten vloggers/creators from around the world trekked to the Khumbu Glacier to tell stories about the rapidly melting Himalayan glaciers and its repercussions on people in the region, by Rishav Sapkota (nlt 17/11/2021)

Kathmandu Valley experiences coldest day of the year today (rep 17/11/2021)

Mercury dips to 4-degree Celsius in Jumla kh 16/11/2021)

How climate change is affecting Solukhumbu’s potatoes : Changing weather patterns, a possible consequence of climate change, have already stopped apple farming in the region and are now threatening potato production, by Marissa Taylor (rec 15/11/2021)

Snowfall expected in hilly, mountainous areas (kh 15/11/2021)

Nepal At High Risk Of Climate-Related Disasters: Report (rn 13/11/2021)

Creating a new narrative to tackle climate change, by Simone Galimberti (nlt 12/11/2021), COP26 and Nepal’s climate commitments : The pledges are ambitious yet achievable but implementation will be key, experts say, by Aakriti Ghimire (kp 12/11/2021)

COPOUT at COP26 : Vague and over-ambitious targets is not climate action, it is an excuse to get away with inaction, by Sonia Awale (nt 12/11/2021)

Planting indigenous crops to build climate resilience : In Kaski, agriculturalist Kushal Poudel is planting indigenous crops to keep age-old farming techniques alive while also adapting to the changing climate, by Nisha Rai (rec (12/11/2021)

How the climate crisis adds to child marriage in Nepal : As harvests fail due to drought and floods, girls from marginalised families are forced to marry earlier to escape poverty, by Sonam Lama (nt 12/11/2021)

Need For Effective Climate Reporting, by Kundan Aryal (rn 12/11/2021)

Temperatures drop across the country, including Kathmandu (rep 10/11/2021)

Clean Energy and the Ambiguity in National Documents, by Mamata Aryal and Anurag Pokharel (kh 08/11/2021)

People gathering to demand climate justice in Nepal (The Margin 08/11/2021)

Ecological drama : The only option left is to make the ‘terrifying stories’ comprehensible to check the increase in temperature, by Abhi Subedi (kp 08/11/2021)

Light Snowfall Forecast At Some Parts Of Mountainous Region (rn 08/11/2021)

Cold grips Valley as mercury dips to 10 degree Celsius ( kh 07/11/2021)

Light snowfall forecast in highlands today (kh 05/11/2021), Light rain forecast in Pradesh 1, snowfall in highlands (kh 06/11/2021)

On the edge : Nepal must stand firm in its commitment and act responsibly when it comes to saving the planet (kp 04/11/2021)

COP26: Is 2045 Net-Zero Target for Nepal Pragmatic?, by Nitish Lal Shrestha (kh 03/11/2021)

Climate change and religion : We need religious leaders also to push the climate change agenda, by Sujeev Shakya (kp 02/11/2021)

Nepal Attending COP 26 With Ambitious Goals In Related Field (rn 01/11/2021)

Lessons from the October rain : It’s frightening to even imagine how we’ll cope with the problem 10 years from now, by Madhukar Upadhya (kp 31/10/2021)

Climate change is a disaster in the Nepal Himalaya : Floods, a declining yarsagumba crop and collapse of trekking combine to impoverish farmers in Nepal’s remotest district, by Sonam Choekyi Lama (nt 29/10/2021), Himalayan floods a sign of worse to come : Usually an arid region, Nepal’s Manang district was hit this year by never-seen wildfires and floods, by Mukesh Pokhrel (nt 29/10/2021)

Light rain forecast in hilly region, snowfall in highlands (kh 29/10/2021)

COP26: Climate finance top concern for LDCs, by Narayan Prasad Ghimire (kh 28/10/2021), Climate Change Scenario of Nepal, by Roshan Kumar Chhetri (rep 28/10/2021), Climate consequences and COP26, by Prasansha Rimal (rec 28/10/2021), COP26: Why the climate change conference in the UK is important for Nepal, by Masun Sangroula (nlt 29/10/2021), Think globally in Glasgow, and act locally : Climate activist, whose home in Nepal was destroyed by floods, makes an urgent plea to COP26 delegates, by Raju Pandit Chhetri (nt 29/10/2021), All eyes on COP26 : The most significant international climate event since the Paris Accord is two days away. For Nepal, its citizens’ lives and its long-term development trajectory are at stake, by Shuvam Rizal (rec 29/10/2021), ‘COP26 negotiations and outcomes matter a lot for Nepal’, interview with Poshendra Satyal (nlt 30/10/2021)

Climate action and youth leadership: Enable them to take charge, by Simone Galimberti (ht 28/10/2021)

Met office forecasts light rain in some provinces, snowfall in highlands (kh 25/10/2021)

COP26: Nepal To Have High-Level And Effective Participation, by Bhishma Raj Ojha (rn 25/10/2021)

Post-Monsoon Havoc Wake-Up Call For Climate Action, by Ritu Raj Subedi (rn 24/10/2021)

Rain Forecast Again (rn 22/10/2021)

Nepal and COP26 : We should strike a deal with the developed countries to help us adapt to climate change, by Aadesh Subedi (kp 21/10/2021)

Weather to gradually improve from today; no heavy rain immediately (kh 21/10/2021)

World’s highest lake witnesses season’s first snowfall : ‘Active development of low pressure systems in Bay of Bengal at first and now in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar has resulted in heavy snowfall comparatively earlier this year’, by Praveen Dhakal (nlt 20/102021)

Rain forecast in Pradesh 1, 2, Bagmati and Gandaki, snowfall in highlands (kh 20/10/2021)

Rainy weather forecast until Wednesday with chances of snowfall in highlands : Clear weather from Thursday (kh 19/10/2021)

Heavy rain forecast in Sudurpashchim, light rain across country (kh 18/10/2021)

PM Deuba-led delegation to attend ‘world leaders’ summit’ in UK (kh 18/10/2021)

Monsoon Activities Heading To Stop (rn 11/10/2021), Monsoon subsides for this year; 15% more rainfall than average (kh 12/10/2021)

Climate diplomacy: An impelling challenge to meet, by Madhav Shrestha (ht 08/10/2021)

We need to talk about climate change trauma : In addition to building resilience against climate change, we must also come to terms with the trauma it leaves us with, by Shuvam Rizal (rec 01/10/2021)

PM Deuba seeks international commitments to climate change (kh 25/09/2021)

Protecting Health from Climate Change, by Pallavi Koirala (rep 25/09/2021)

Monsoon unlikely to end immediately (rep 25/09/2021)

Nepal needs to get its climate act together : The government needs to stop saying one thing and doing the opposite in reducing emissions (nt 24/09/2021)

Heavy rain forecast in Gandaki and Sudurpashchim (kh 20/09/2021)

Weather: Rain forecast until Saturday (kh 16/09/2021), Heavy rain forecast in Lumbini and Sudurpashchim, cloudy weather in Valley (kh 16/09/2021)

Rain with thunder, lightning forecast (kh 15/09/2021)

Weather to improve from Sunday (rep 11/09/2021)

Heavy rain forecast in Bagmati including Valley tonight (kh 08/09/2021)

Rain forecast in most places today; to subside from Sunday (kh 07/09/2021), Monsoon activities to intensify (kh 07/09/2021)

Met predicts rains amid thunderstorms until next 3 days (kh 06/09/2021), Influence Of Monsoon Wind: Precipitation In Most Places (rn 06/09/2021)

Tackling impact of climate change has been hard: Energy Minister Bhusal rep 06/09/2021)

Rain forecast throughout country due to monsoon wind : Weather pattern to continue until Tuesday (kh 05/09/2021)

Young Nepalis are waking up to the climate crisis, but officials aren’t listening, by Shuvam Rizal (rec 01/09/2021)

Weather improves, heavy rain unlikely ahead (kh 01/09/2021)

Nepal Sets Priority For Impact Of Climate Change On Mountainous Region, by Bhishma Raj Ojha (rn 31/08/2021), Nepal sets priority for impact of climate change on mountainous region during COP26 (kh 31/08/2021)

Heavy rain forecast in Lumbini, Gandaki, Karnali and Sudurpashchim : 'Bhadaure Jhari' to gradually subside from Tuesday (kh 30/08/2021)

Heavy rains predicted for two more days : Meteorologists warn floods and landslides (kh 29/08/2021)

Nepal needs weather stations in the Himalaya : This year’s monsoon floods highlighted the urgent need for more high-altitude weather monitoring stations, by Rijan Bhakta Kayastha (nt 27/08/2021)

Late monsoon gets active again; heavy rain forecast in most parts of Nepal (kh 27/08/2021)

Climate code red: Nepal at the frontline : High growth in Nepal can be green, resilient and inclusive if the right investments and policies are put in place, by Nicola Pollitt (kp 25/08/2021)

Monsoon To Become More Active From Tonight (rn 25/08/2021)

Monsoon to remain active for a week, rain likely until Friday (kh 23/08/2021), Still some more days for weather to improve (kh 24/08/2021)

Heavy rain predicted in Bagmati, Gandaki & Lumbini Provinces : Mets call for taking necessary precautions (kh 23/08/2021)

Advancing Eba Options In Nepal, by Batu Uprety (sp 20/08/2021)

Monsoon to remain active for one more week : Mets urge people to adopt necessary precautionary measures (kh 15/08/2021)

What the UN’s ‘Code Red’ climate report means for Nepal : With rising temperatures all but certain, Nepal must focus on a more realistic and comprehensive emissions reduction strategy, strong regional cooperation, and effective global diplomacy, by Shuvam Rizal (rec 15/08/2021)

What new global climate report that paints a bleak picture means for Nepal : While poor nations should press rich countries to scale up aid, they should also try to be part of solution, experts say, by Chandan Kumar Mandal (kp 12/08/2021)

Monsoon to remain active for two-three days (kh 11/08/2021)

Climate change in Nepal Policies on impact adaptation needed, by Meen B Poudyal Chhetri (ht 10/08/2021)

Country continues to receive above-normal rain three months into monsoon : The amount of rain received between June 1 and August 6 is 69.9 percent of the rainfall the country gets in the whole monsoon season, meteorologists say, by Chandan Kumar Mandal (kp 08/08/2021)

Department of Hydrology and Meteorology (DHM)

The Hindu Kush Himalaya Assessment: Mountains, Climate Change, Sustainability and People, ed. by Philippus Wester, Arabinda Mishra, Aditi Mukherji and Arun Bhakta Shrestha. Kathmandu: ICIMOD 2019

ICIMOD. Glacier Status in Nepal and Decadal Change from 1980 to 2010 Based on Landsat Data. Kathmandu 2014

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