Kathmandu, April 9, 2018: International Conference on Water, Environment and Climate Change, Knowledge Sharing and Partnership is going to held from April 10 to April 12 where 20 countries representative is meeting.
The Ministry of Water Supply, Department of Water Supply and Sewage, Society of Public Health Engineers Nepal and Nepal Engineers Association are the organizer of the programme.
At the programme, 116 research papers will be discussed by scientists, activists and water conservationists.
Hareram Shrestha, Chair of NEA stated that Nepal is one of the top 10 countries that are hit hard by climate change. To address this issue, action should be taken immediately and also said that people have to face horrible consequences if water sources were not preserved.
In addition, Himalayan range snow was also melting rapidly due to global warming.