On International Day of Forest, 2020 we celebrate the importance of Forest and commit to invest ourselves in preserving our foundation of life. Through this video, we highlight the importance of Forest, Nepal’s good practices, our works so far and steps we can take to preserve our forest.

Forest and biodiversity affects us in ways we do not realise. The Corona virus diseases is believed to have originated from animals (researchers are looking at bats or pangolin). Biodiversity relates to almost every aspect of Nepalese life including agricultural productivity, food security, climate, aesthetic value etc.

The death of the forest is the end of our life. The forest calls each and everyone of us to commit and work to preserve it.