The biodiversity of Nepal is threatened due to the rise of adverse effects of socio-economic status, ecological degradation and political instability.
This note has information on an importance of biodiversity.
Biodiversity conservation is the conservation of all living beings. This conservation includes the conservation of their habitat, heredity and ecosystem.
This note has information on needs of conservation of biodiversity.
Nepal has been divided into three ecological regions: - Mountains, Hills and the Terai.
This note has information on biodiversity by ecological belts and various methods of conservation of biodiversity.
The adverse effects on biodiversity and methods to mitigate them may differ from place to place because of different geographical regions.
This note has information about the adverse effect on biodiversity and conservation methods.