UN Body Seeks India-Bhutan-Nepal Plan To Save Biodiversity In Himalayas

UN Body Seeks India-Bhutan-Nepal Plan To Save Biodiversity In Himalayas
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Five years from now, if a massive bio-diversity project in the Northeast develops the way the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has planned, Assam’s Manas Biosphere Reserve will be linked to the Kanchenjunga Biosphere Reserve spread across Sikkim and Bengal, creating a lush green paradise that covers over 30,000 square kilometres and includes forest land in Bhutan and Nepal. Should the project be successful, it could be a game-changer in attempts to conserve the wildlife of the eastern Himalayas.

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