Nepal's Fourth National Report on Implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity in Nepal (2009)

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Nepal has been moving towards the fulfilment of its commitment to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). Since long time, Nepal has been adopting all the decisions emanating from the Conference of the Parties. As Nepal is rich in biological diversity, we are committed to play the important role of conserving this heritage despite the depletion of species. Nepal has also become party to various legally binding international instruments that are in line with CBD and hence very much committedto meet the international obligations. A wide array of biodiversity conservation policies, plans and legislative instruments have been formulated and promulgated. Likewise, participatory forest and protected area management programmes are getting much popular that have added greater values to biodiversity conservation. People of Nepal have become more aware about the advantage of biodiversity conservation and now are in better position to bring their voice in making wise utilisation of their valuable genetic resources.
Language: English
Imprint: Government of Nepal, Ministry of Forests and Soil Conservation Kathmandu, Nepal 2009
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