Nepal is regarded as a sovereign state with an area of 147,181 square kilometres (56,827 sq mi) and a population of approximately 30 million. Nepal is the world's 93rd largest country by land mass and the 41st most populous country. Nepal has a rich natural, cultural, linguistic climate, diversity. The elections for the constituent assembly on May 28, 2008 overwhelmingly favored the abdication of the Nepali monarch and the establishment of a federal multiparty representative democratic republic. Nepal has been officially declared as the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal.
For years, Nepal’s failure to develop was linked to the geographical constraint of being a land-locked nation. Now, despite immense potentials to raise the living standards of the people through socio-economic development, the state is locked in political battles and has been unable to give adequate attention to environmental conservation, sustainable economic growth and environmental and democratic governance. Although all the major political parties—the UCPN-Maoist, Nepali Congress, the CPN-UML and Madhesh-based parties—rode the wave of political reforms and democracy in order to attain power, these parties have failed to deliver sustainable economic development and maintain peace and stability in the country despite the enormous resources and potentialities the country has.
Nepali Greens has come into existence with the initiative of Nepalese young people with a mission of “Environment Conservation, Sustainable Development and Peace” through GED (Good, Environmental and Democratic) governance.
Nepali Greens has made a commitment to devote on the above-mentioned mission by following the “GED governance” principles and “Nepali Green Revolution” conceived and developed by the Chief Founder/President of Nepali Greens Mr. B K Dalit.
Nepali Greens is committed to conserve natural and cultural resources and the development of sustainable and peaceful society by respecting and protecting the rights of the Mother Nature, living beings including human being.
Nepali Greens is committed to green and democratic ideologies and principles, and moves ahead as per the norms and values of the green and democratic ideology.
Nepali Greens respects and is committed to “Global Greens Charter”, adopted by consensus at the first Global Greens Congress in Canberra in 2001.
The main objectives of this party are
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