Effective climate budgeting requires meaningful participation and systematic public engagement.

Nepal is a nascent, fast-evolving democracy and yet many towns still have a distinctly rural character with an agro-based economy. The country is dealing with a rapidly increasing urban population in search of better socio-economic opportunities.

Climate change is causing ecoregions to shift in the Hindu Kush Himalayas, threatening both ecosystem services and biodiversity in the region. As these ecoregions shift, important ecological processes may be disrupted and species ranges may begin to move outside the protected areas that were designed to conserve them.

The Constitution of Nepal 2015 enshrines everyone’s right of access to clean water for drinking and the right to food. The common operationalization of the right to water for drinking is providing access to infrastructure that brings water for drinking and other basic domestic uses near and at homesteads.

The State of Gender Equality and Climate Change is a series of reports covering countries across the Asia-Pacific (Vietnam and Cambodia), and Nepal.

This paper identifies a number of barriers to localization of National Climate Change Policy (NCCP) and second Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC). Nepal is one of the countries that are most vulnerable to climate change.

The analysis set out in this document covers the project country Nepal. It offers an assessment of the current state of climate, energy and development policies and trends and places this in the context of the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), which are required under the Paris Agreement.

The roadmap has found that Nepal has made significant progress in increasing access to electricity in recent years. Based on this progress, it is estimated that Nepal will achieve universal access to electricity by 2024,3 earlier than the timeline mentioned in the Sustainable Development Goals Status and Roadmap 2016-2030.

This policy brief presents a variety of options for mainstreaming climate finance into the planning and budgeting process of Nepal. The publication identifies climate policy provisions, planning and budgeting, needs estimations, expenditure tracking as well as gender and poverty in a climate context.

This policy brief presents a variety of options for mainstreaming climate finance into the planning and budgeting process of Nepal. The publication identifies climate policy provisions, planning and budgeting, needs estimations, expenditure tracking as well as gender and poverty in a climate context.

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