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Discussion program on Should the Policy for Electric and Diesel/Petrol Vehicle be the Same?

Putting mobility, accessibility and environment friendly and sustainability at the center an inclusive urban transport policy should be devised. Strategies, regulations and standards needs to be formulated to regulate, manage and promote public transportation. The government has decided to ban vehicles more than 20 years old from plying in Kathmandu Valley. In this context Clean Energy Nepal (CEN) conducted a dialogue amongst stakeholders to have a discussion on should the policy for electric vehicle and diesel/petrol vehicle be the same on 28 February 2017 at SAP Falcha, Babarmahal.

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Proceedings of Pokhara Sustainable Transport Forum- II

Clean Energy Nepal (CEN), Clean Air Network Nepal (CANN), Fredskorpset(FK) in collaboration with Pokhara Sub-metropolitian city jointly organized “2nd Pokhara Sustainable Urban Mobility Forum” as Pokhara Clean Air Forum on 27th December, 2016. The annual forum aimed to bring the stakeholders together to initiate policy dialogues enhance partnership and collaboration among stakeholders, and share initiatives and best practices on sustainable urban mobility for better air quality. This year the discussion was focused on need and importance of clean air in Pokhara.

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Rooft Top Farming

This flyer highlights about the close relationship between rooftop farming and balanced diet. It explains how rooftops could fulfill our requirements of balanced diet, it also provides knowledge on various types of fruits and vegetables that can be raised in rooftops in the climate of our country, advantages of rooftop farming, nutritional requirements for a human being and a case study of a successful rooftop farm practitioner.

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Cycle Track Assessment Report

Clean Energy Nepal and Clean Air Network Nepal have done the assessment of existing cycle track from Tinkune to Maitighar, and evaluated various design and issues that are impeding the mobility of cycle users. We looked into connectivity, surface materials, crossing and intersections design, obstructions, amenities etc. The key issues we have found from the assessment are lack of proper connectivity, discontinued and inconsistent cycle track, inappropriate surface materials, high kerb height, lack of signage and street lighting, improperly designed tracks near bus stops, lack of cycle-friendly intersections/crossings among many others.

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Proceedings of Kathmandu Sustainable Urban Mobility Forum

Clean Energy Nepal (CEN) and Clean Air Network Nepal (CANN) in collaboration with Kathmandu Valley Development Authority, Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport, UN-Habitat and Clean Air Asia are organizing 4th Kathmandu Sustainable Urban Mobility Forum on 2nd February 2015 in Kathmandu. This is a follow up to the “Kathmandu Sustainable Urban Mobility Forum” organized in December 2011, December 2012 and January 2014 in collaboration with the Ministry.

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"Nepal Sarkaarko Raastriya Budget ra Jalabayu Pariwartan"

The publication analyzes the budget code development in Nepal in light of the recent budget (FYI 70/71) announced by the government, its various limitations and the way forward to make the Climate Change Budget more accessible, transparent and effective.

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Getting Nepal Ready for the Green Climate Fund

The Briefing paper introduces the importance of Green Climate Fund, its various mechanisms and the institutions required to access the fund. Then it recommends on how Nepal can access the Green Climate Fund in 5 steps.

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"Anukulan Bitako Jawafdehitaka Laagi Pahal"

This issue of the newsletter mentions the national and international development on Adaptation Finance and inquires if 80% of the finance has been reaching the vulnerable communities and how to ensure better accessibility, transparency and accountability in the future.

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Diesel Power Generation: Inventories and Black Carbon Emissions in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal

This study establishes a baseline inventory of the number, types, and approximate distribution of DG sets in use in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal and estimates air pollution emissions, including black carbon, from these generators. The study collates available national and city-level data on diesel consumption, electricity generation and demand, load shedding, and DG sets imports/sales to estimate emissions of BC and co-pollutants, namely - CO, SO2, NOx, TVOCs, and OC from DG sets use.

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Clean Energy Nepal Annual Report 2070/71

A brief Summary of the initiatives and achievements of CEN in Fiscal Year 2070/71.

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