The festival of environment and arts jointly organised by Alliance Francaise and French Embassy in Nepal – Ambassade de France au Népal was a huge success. Various issues such as illegal hunting, poaching, biodiversty conservation and environmental issues were addressed by several stakeholders which engaged youth groups, community groups, community leaders, environment activists, students, researchers, foreigners and local people.
We would like to thank Australian Embassy for introducing this great opportunity to connect and aware people regarding environment issues.
Clean up Nepal had set up a stall showcasing the upcycled products made out of plastic and glass and put up posters addressing the issues such as waste burning and waste management with an aim to show the urgency of the waste management issues. We, along with several individuals who visited our stall, pledged not to burn waste.
On the first day of the festival, young volunteers from Amics Nepal in colloboration with Clean up Nepal also performed an awareness raising drama about issues showcasing waste practices in Kathmandu and its harmful impacts and presented the ideal scenario of waste practices.
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