The Thirteenth Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS COP13) has been held from 15 to 22 February 2020 at Gandhinagar, India. The meeting was officially inaug...Read More
Dr. Abas Basir, Director General of SACEP extended best wishes to Mr. Dinesh Gunawardena, Honorable Minister of Foreign Affairs of Government of Sri Lanka on 4th February 2020, at the 72nd Independent Day celebrations ...Read More
Dr. Abas Basir, Director General of South Asia Co-operative Environment Programme (SACEP) met with Mr. Muthukumara S. Mani, Lead Economist and Team leader for South Asia Region Climate Change Action Plan, World Bank Head Office on 27th Janu...Read More
A Delegation from IGES- CCET lead by Mr.Kazunobu Onogawa, Director of IGES visited SACEP Secretariat on 23rd January 2020 to discussion on possible co-operation activities in 2020. At the meeting Dr. Abas Basir, Director General, SACEP ...Read More
Director General of SACEP Dr. Abas Basir accompanied by SACEP Senior Officer Mr. Rathnadeera had bilateral meeting with honorable Minister of Environment of Maldives Dr. Hussain Rasheed Hassan on 20, January 2020 at his office in Male, Mald...Read More
The stakeholder consultation meeting on Plastic Free Rivers and Seas of South Asia Project was held on 19th January 2020 in Male’, Maldives back to back with the Maldives national level stakeholder consultation on solid waste management ...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.