Journal of Climatology & Weather Forecasting

ISSN - 2332-2594


Repercussion of Climate Change: The Nepalese Perspective

Meen B Poudyal Chhetri*

The context: Climate change has become an intense worldwide concern due to its unfavourable impacts on sustenance and surroundings. Icy masses are retreating quickly in the Himalayan region which establishes a significant wellspring of water diverting through nine of the biggest waterways in Asia serving more than 1.3 billion individuals. Similarly, in Africa, South Pacific, Arctic, North America, South America, Europe, and Antarctica likewise ice sheets are retreating. Thus, frosty retreat is the clearest proof of climate change, which is a logical reality. Nepal is at fourth situation among the most in danger nations because of environmental change (World Bank: 2011). Subsequently, environmental change isn't only a natural marvel yet additionally a monetary, social, and policy driven issue in Nepal.

Problems: Heavy rainfall during the monsoon season in Nepal bring out water incited calamities like floods, avalanches, streak floods, flotsam and jetsam streams, incline disappointments, and immersion. It is likewise tracked down that because of an unnatural weather change; the volume of Glacier Lake Outburst Floods (GLOFs) is on the ascent. The expected danger of GLOFs is filling in Nepal as Nepal's Northern part includes the wide scope of the Himalayan area where there are 3,252 glacial masses-outs of which 26 are possibly hazardous. The normal most extreme temperature in Nepal somewhere in the range of 1977 and 1999 expanded by 0.9°C, at a pace of 0.03°C to 0.12°C each year, though the worldwide normal surface temperature ascent of the most recent century was 0.6 ± 0.2°C.

Conclusion: Ozone depleting substances from human exercises are among the significant reasons for the disturbing circumstances of environmental change and an Earth-wide temperature boost. Different examinations show a squeezing need to figure carbon appointment, the reason for ascertaining the effect of environmental imbalanceespecially deforestation. Halting deforestation and building sound climate ought to be the main points of interest in the environmental change strategy of each administration. At that point it will give an approach to a great many needy individuals in non-industrial nations to profit straightforwardly. Such strategy will assist with decreasing deforestation, keep up natural equilibrium, and permit the countries to sell credits for fruitful projects fighting carbon dioxide. Then again, created nations that contaminate more than as far as possible under the current Kyoto convention would have the option to purchase the carbon credits to expand their outflow levels and help to support timberland assurance plans and projects.