Students Brave Hailstorm To Listen Climate Change In Remote Nepal

On Feb 8, the weather at Gopetar, a small village located over 2,000m altitude en-route between Taplejung and Panchthar in the Mechi Highway was very cold when the Mobile Campaign for Climate Change Awareness spearheaded by Nepal Climate Change Knowledge Management Center (NCCKMC) reached there to organize the on- the-spot climate program at Sirijung Higher Secondary School. The rainy morning became a coincidental assumption which Dr Dinesh Bhuju, Team Leader of the Center, had made the other day while explaining his audience about the difference between weather and climate at Taplejung.

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