About Us

Background

Human is the intrinsic part of nature. Nature has an important impact on health, economy, lifestyle and every aspect of human life. Overpopulation and industrialization have caused severe negative impacts on our environment which have resulted in climate change, environmental problems and irrecoverable loss of biodiversity. The fact is not new to us that these have several negative effects on human health and economy. So, it is very important to reduce the impact and it is only possible by the good human behavior and social service with the vision of clean environment. Therefore, it is necessary that every community, society and whole nation should be competent for taking care of their environment. But, this completely depends on the economic, social and educational status of a person. Hence, a clean environment can be achieved only after imparting good education and socio-economic changes.

Introduction

The environment is home to many living creatures. It is essential to keep environmental balance for the protection of all the living creatures and human beings. Increasing industrialization, agricultural revolution, and modernization has led to depletion of environmental conditions. This has undesirable impacts on the health of people and living creatures residing in such environment. Our countless biological diversities are on the verge of extinction. The problems of climatic changes are deleterious. With globalization and industrialization, there have been certain agricultural revolutions and it has impacts on Nepalese agriculture as well. Just like the adverse effects of agricultural revolutions, the chances of coming across the farmers who use pestilential and unwanted changes methods to grow crops, are high. From this as well, there are countless harms done to the environment. Therefore, it is necessary that every community, society and whole nation should be competent for taking care of their environment. With the knowledge of the alternative source of energy and putting it to use, can help control the environmental pollution and promote environmental health. For instance, in the agricultural sector, the use of Biochar helps increase productivity and absorbs the carbon too. So, this organization thinks it wise to encourage environmental conservation and furthermore, help in the promotion of biotechnology in sectors such as agriculture and energy. Thus, we have prepared the following measures to help us do so.

Sustainability in agriculture sector needs some radical changes because modern agriculture has severely impacted different aspects of an agroecosystem. In Nepal, people are still practicing traditional agricultural practices but they are very subsistence and need commercialization. Hence, by the use of traditional skills of Nepalese farming system with modern sustainable agriculture techniques Nepalese framing system can prosper. This way the livelihood of smallholder’s farmers can be improved.

Eco-reach stands for ecological sustainability. We get to the heart of environmental problems by tackling the underlying social and economic causes.

We work across society to influence urgent, transformative action to deliver lasting change on the scale required to secure a sustainable environment. We bring people together to champion the true value of our environment and its critical role in sustaining all other systems and in achieving human well-being.

Our ambition to achieve ecological sustainability includes social justice and equity. We are informed by the crucial role played by Indigenous people and their traditional knowledge systems in caring for country and culture. Our work is ecological, respectful, well-informed, practical, collaborative, empowering and resolute.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this country and their continuing connection to land, waters, and community. We pay respect to their elders past and present and to the pivotal role that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continue to play in caring for the country across NEPAL.

All of the Eco-reach work is conducted according to the following principles:

  • Ecologically ethical

As articulated by the Earth Charter, we recognize that every form of life has value regardless of its worth to human beings, and the need to protect and restore the integrity of our ecological systems, with special concern for biological diversity and the natural processes that sustain life, while at the same time providing for social and economic justice.

  • Respectful

We respect the rights, interests, and perspectives of Nepalese diverse communities, now and in the future. 

  • Well-informed

We are informed by the best thinking available, including scientific and Indigenous knowledge.

  • Practical

We are solutions-oriented and committed to real-world delivery without compromising our goals.

  • Collaborative

We actively seek to identify the common cause with others, including businesses, other community groups, and Indigenous peoples.

  • Empowering

We support individuals and communities as essential agents in transformation.

  • Resolute

We will stick with our goals in the face of adversity and setbacks. We are prepared to challenge ourselves, conventional wisdom and established power structures in our proposals and actions.