PM urges to be active in preservation of mountains

Kathmandu, May 29: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has urged to keep the mountains pollution-free and to preserve the mountain areas. 

He pointed out that efforts should be made to preserve mountains through cooperation and collaboration. 

Addressing the 71st International Sagarmatha Day-2024, PM Prachanda has urged to support the ‘Preserve Hills, Save Humanity’, campaign endorsed by the government. 

Stating that with the rise in temperature due to global effects of climate change, mountains including Sagarmatha face its consequences, the Prime Minister said there are challenges to mitigate the impacts of climate change and implement proper measures for waste management in the mountains. 

PM Prachanda said, “There is a need for cooperation and collaboration for a pollution-free Hills. For this, the government has endorsed a ‘Preserve Hills, Save Humanity’, policy for holding dialogue on the national and international stage. I believe that there will be strong support from denizens and concerned authorities on this initiative and prioritized policy of the government.”

He mentioned that the challenge brought by climate change and the temperature rise is serious. 

“Snow melting, increasing of risk of glacial lakes bursting and increasing of air pollution along with temperature rise have been making negative impacts on the human life, civilization, development, lifestyle and health of the people living at low-lying areas of mountains”, he added. 

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