clean energy nepal

Govt frets as donors divert funds to climate change

Posted on: 2012-11-05

“Donors may use the money for climate-related activities but the problem is that many times, the ODA money used for climate activities has been reported as Fast Track Finance money,” said Manjeet Dhakal, another expert on

Cities for people

Posted on: 2012-10-19

We live in a city that respects those who ride in cars but not those who walk or cycle. We have been building more space for cars and motorbikes than for people to live in

Make city air breathable

Posted on: 2012-10-11

Article by Prashanta Khanal - In Kathmandu Valley, one of the world’s most polluted cities, every breath is slowly killing you. Over 1,900 people die every year in the Valley due to air pollution

Garbage is worth its weight in gold

Posted on: 2012-09-04

Private bodies, including Clean Energy Nepal (CEN) and Centre for Integrated Urban Development, have also been producing compost manure from waste collected in the Valley and other districts.

Where's the policy for Urban Mobility?

Posted on: 2012-08-24

A 2006/2007 study by Clean Energy Nepal (CEN) shows that the number of deaths due to COPD at Bir Hospital in the year 2005/2006 was 51, and this jumped to 96 in 2006/2007. “Private vehicles occupy more road space, carry co

A cleaner, greener Nepal

Posted on: 2012-07-31

Article by Manjeet Dhakal - In a bid to promote clean technology in the country, Nepal has more than 700 electric vehicles (Safa tempos) running in the valley—

साइकल लेन बनाउ

Posted on: 2012-07-24

काठमाडौं, श्रावण २ - स्वच्छ उर्जा नेपाल (सिईएन) ले राजधानीमा भइरहेको सडक विस्तारका क्र

Waiting to exhale

Posted on: 2012-07-01

Article by Krity Shrestha - The Vehicle Emission Testing programme needs to be overhauled to tackle air pollution

Expensive dreams

Posted on: 2012-04-29

Article by Prashanta Khanal - Recently, a Korean company was selected to carry out a feasibility study of the much-hyped metro train project in Kathmandu Valley.

Quiz contest for fund-raising

Posted on: 2012-03-12

Clean Energy Nepal (CEN) is organizing a Quiz Night to raise funds for Adopt a Community Project, an initiative of CEN and other partners to make communities in Dhading and other places ecologically sound and self-reliant