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Climate Change Summit: Chart a sustainable path forward

28 June 2023  

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POKHARA: The USG Alumni, CACN Cohort, Nepal & Champions Network Wider Pool leading organizations dedicated to fostering climate change issues successfully launched the first day of its highly anticipated Climate Change Summit in Pokhara.

This monumental event, taking place from 28th  to 29th June, 2023 aims to address the pressing issue of climate change and bring together influential leaders, experts, and stakeholders from around Nepal to devise innovative solutions and chart a sustainable path forward.

The Climate Change Summit – Day one commenced with an air of optimism and a shared commitment to combatting the challenges posed by climate change.

The Summit attracted a diverse range of participants.

Chief Guest of the inauguration ceremony was Chief Minister of Gandaki Province, Surendra Pandey.

The guests focused on the climate change issues and their initiation to mitigate both in municipal and provincial level by coordinating with various organisations.

Various dignitaries from various organisations attended the opening session.

Similarly, Garrett E. Wilkerson , the Public Affairs Chief, US Embassy Nepal forwarded the remarks on collaborating to combat climate change and strengthening the US Nepal partnership for a sustainable future.

During the opening ceremony, Pravina Amatya from NUSAN and Naresh Shrestha from ISSR delivered the welcome speech.

Similarly, Santosh Paudel, Cohort member of CACN shared his journey of being CACN member and its accomplishments.

Throughout the day, participants are expected to engage in a series of thought-provoking discussions, workshops, and interactive sessions.

The sessions will explored various dimensions of climate change

The summit will feature a showcase of cutting-edge research and innovative issues related to climate change.

In addition to the formal sessions, the Climate Change Summit will foster invaluable networking opportunities.

Attendees will be able to connect and exchange ideas with like-minded individuals who share a common vision of safeguarding the planet for future generations.

Publish Date : 28 June 2023 16:46 PM

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