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Nepal Is Showing the Way on Climate Change

Co-authored by BIKASH PANDEY Bikash Pandey is Innovations Lead for Clean Energy and Water at Winrock International, and is one of the pioneers of small-scale hydropower development and electric transportation in Nepal. You wouldn't know it driving around polluted Kathmandu, but Nepal is very much a leader in the fight against climate change. For a poor country struggling with severe poverty, it is more than a little admirable how much Nepal has done already to decarbonize its economy.
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