Climate Justice


EAT CSR Cell is supporting for climate justice work from 2014. We are observing the adverse impacts of climate change in Himalayan ecology and local ethnic peoples’ right to life based human rights since 1980s. Based on our experiences, we are conducting climate justice study trips in Nepal Himalayas. The study focuses on adverse impacts of climate change on full enjoyment of human rights of Himalayan local people, basically ethnic groups.

We are focusing on how Glacial Lake Outburst Floods (GLOFs) are adversely impacting on full enjoyment of right to life based human rights in Nepal Himalayan local people focusing priority on ethnic groups’ concerns.

EAT CSR Cell is following Lascurain’s methods while arranging such trips in Nepal Himalayan ecotourism destinations. As he explains ecotourism is travelling to relatively undisturbed natural areas with the specific objectives of studying, admiring and enjoying the scenery and its wild plants and animals as well as anything existing cultural manifestation (both past & present in these areas).

Recently the effects of climate change are expected more due to the speedy industrial activities of both giant neighbours of Nepal, they are India & China. The benefits of worldwide economic developments with keeping Nepal as 4th most vulnerable countries in the worldwide due to those local poor endemic people in Nepal Himalayas.

We are new in this field of working in Climate Justice. So we welcome your supports and suggestions. Your valuable suggestion and support will be our inspiration.