Director General of SACEP DR. Abas Basir addressing COP 25 High Level Segment, UNFCCC COP 25, Madrid, stated that the South Asia region is facing daunting climate-related challenges, causing huge economic, social, and environmental damage t...Read More
Dr.Basir, Director General of South Asia Co-operative Environment Programme attended a side event organized by Asian Development Bank (ADB) at the UNFCCC, COP 25 in Madrid, Spain on 07th December 2019 as a panelist....Read More
The 34th International Coral Reef Initiative (ICRI) General Meeting started its work on 2nd December 2019 in Townsville, Australia. Dr Sivaji Patra,Senior Programme Officer representing SACEP at this meeting .The objective of the workshop ...Read More
The 9th International Conference on Sustainable Waste Management towards Circular Economy, held on 27-30 November 2019, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India to promote the activities that are taking place worldwide in waste management and circular Ec...Read More
The twenty third meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA-23), being held from 25-29 November at Montreal, Canada. SBSTTA is one of the CBD’s two permanent subsidiary bodies, and recommendat...Read More
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
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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.