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L. B. Thapa; 10 June 1969, Nepal;Home: Buddhanagar, Kathmandu Work: Tel:5528781
Expertise: Environmental and Human rights, Environmental Justice and Public Interest Litigation
Area of work/specialization: Conservation of nature and natural resources management in mainstreaming environmental rights in national policy.
Involved in small grant UNEP project with IUCN Nepal in mainstreaming environmental rights in the new Constitution and Integration of environmental concerns into the new National Constitution since October 2006 to till date. Publication Thapa, L. B. and Narayan Belbase, Country Study Authors (2007) Environmental Justice and Rural Communities Nepal in Patricia Moore and Firuza Pastakia, eds. (2007), Environmental Justice and Rural Communities : Studies from India and Nepal, IUCN Bangkok, Thailand and Gland Switzerland
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Not in country specific contributed in peace and conflict resolution perspective as an expertise.
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
I'm consulatatnt to the International Union for Conservation of Natute (IUCN), I graduated law from Nepal and purseued post graduate in enviroenmntal law from World-wide fund for Nature India WWF/The Ford Foundation. Currently Thesis is yet to be submitted in Anthropology at Tribhuwan University, Nepal.
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