Kathmandu, Pratr. In the Hindukush Himalayan region, Nepal is suffering the worst of global warming due to melting ice and shrinking glacier. External Affairs Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali said that this is the region, which provides 24 million people with livable weather while meeting their water needs. Speaking to a group of Indian journalists, the Nepalese Foreign Minister said that the first edition of the ‘Sagarmatha Dialogue’ organized by the Government of Nepal in April will also feature on the issue of climate change.
He informed that the incidence of natural warming related to global warming in Nepal is increasing. The storm in March last year confirms this, which killed 31 people. According to Gyawali, research conducted by the Department of Hydrology of Nepal has shown that the storm event was related to global warming. He said that such change in the weather hurts such people and society, who have no contribution in spoiling it. Nepal is also one of them. Nepal’s share in global carbon emissions is only 0.027 percent, but despite this, it is severely affected by the severe consequences of climate change.
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This situation is when 45 per cent of its territory is covered by forests. Scientists analyzing the data for the past 45 years believe that Nepal’s average maximum temperature was rising at a rate of 0.056 percent annually. This increase is more than the average global maximum temperature increase. Gyawali also said that if the temperature continued to rise in the same way, two-thirds of the glaciers in the Ahdukush Himalayas would melt by the end of the century.
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Showing a picture of the water level falling in the mountainous areas, Nepali Foreign Minister Gyawali said that women in Nepal’s hilly areas now have to travel more distances to get drinking water. The main reason for this is that wells and springs are drying up due to the adverse effects of climate change. He also said that groundwater in the southern Terai region of Nepal adjoining India has also fallen to dangerous levels.
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