Stories on Climate Change
The impacts of climate change are already being felt – most acutely by millions of the world’s poorest people. They are already facing hunger, disease and conflict linked to climate change.
We help people (Child and Youth) in the plains, hills and urban areas of Nepal make short multimedia story about how climate change is being experienced by their communities. Making these films allowed them to explore how the changing climate is impacting them and their families, how they are coping and what they need in order to adapt to a changing climate.
This documentary is on the alternative energy for the cooking fuel. At present people are using natural fuel for cooking and heating purposes but using briquette we can save natural fuel. The briquette is made from common woody weed. This documentary was mainly on how to make such briquette to reduce the use of natural fuel.
After being unable to get fish for their livelihood, the villagers are making arrangements to go to Trishuli, Marsyangdi, Kali Gandaki and Budhi Gandaki in search of gold.
Although this sounds like a normal happening. This is not something very normal. Although rich in greenery and natural beauty we have been careless to preserve our natural resources and have neglected ourselves being concerned of climate change. The fishes in Madi river have not vanished just for no reason. There are various reasons attached to it. The practice of fishing using electricity, the tendency of throwing industrial and human waste has affected the fishes living there and the organisms that fish depend on to survive to make survival possible for many Karna Bahadur Botes of this area. It is clearly evident that the fishes are vanishing from this region due to unleashed fishing, i.e. no barrier in the amount of fishing that can be done as there is no authority to monitor it. This is an alarm to prevent fishes being an extinct species from other regions to. So it is time for everyone to be alert and preserve the natural resources upon which many lives are still dependent on.
This is a photo documentary of our cycle tour. we 've completed the eastern and central development region now looking forward to complete the western region