Director General of SACEP Dr. Abas Basir met UNEP Regional Director for Asia and Pacific Dr. Dechen Tsering on 14 November 2019 at UN Conventions Centre, Bangkok. In this meeting, Dr. Basir thanked UNEP for its supports provided to SACEP in...Read More
The first annual Sea of Solutions Conference started its work on November 11, 2019, in Bangkok, Thailand. The week-long event is being convened by the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) and the Coordinating Body on the Se...Read More
At the side line of the 15th Governing Council Meeting of SACEP (6th November 2019, Dhaka, Bangladesh), SACEP Director General Dr. Abas Basir had a bilateral meeting with Minister Prakesh Javadekar, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Clima...Read More
The 15th Meeting of SACEP Governing Council and the 6th Inter-governmental Meeting of South Asia Seas Programme was held on 6th November 2019, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. ...Read More
At the time that the world grapples with different environment challenges, the Government of Sri Lanka and the United Nations Environment Programme in partnership with SACEP, INMS and many other international organizations launched the Unit...Read More
Director General of SACEP Dr. Abas Basir attended the 100th Anniversary of the Independence Day of Afghanistan, celebrated on 10th October 2019 at a reception in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The reception was attended by Ambassadors and High Commis...Read More
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The Hindu 28 September 2019
A study jointly conducted by three countries had established that there were 52,671 sq.km. of tiger habitat in high altitudes or Himalayan habitats of India, Nepal and Bhutan.