July 5, 2019 | Nepali Times
“Nepal is already a signatory of China’s Belt and Road Initiative which could increase market access and trafficking of wildlife,” says Kumar Paudel, co-founder at Greenhood Nepal
January 31, 2019 | Karobar
“सरकारको संरक्षित वनस्पतिमध्ये एक सो वनस्पति विश्वमै कम मुलुकमा र नेपालमा तीन जिल्लामामात्र पाइने भएपनि यसबारे हालसम्म अध्ययन भएको छैन, सरकारको अनुमति लिएर अनुसन्धान अघि बढाएका छौं,”
May 14, 2019 | The Third Pole
According to Kumar Paudel, a researcher on pangolins and co-founder at Greenhood Nepal, “In 2013, there were 325 kg of pangolin scale seizures on the Araniko highway, he assumes about 1,300 pangolins must have been killed for that”.
September 25, 2018 | Setopati
“विभिन्न कारागारमा वन्यजन्तु अपराधमा कैद भएका कैदीहरु बाट सुनेको कथा धेरैले सुने वन्यजन्तु तस्करीमा निरुत्साहित हुनेको संख्या बढ्छ भन्ने लागेर सबै बन्द प्रभावकारी संगीतको माध्यमलाई रोजे “, कुमार पौडेल, सह–संस्थापक , ग्रिनहुड नेपाल।
May 17, 2018 | My Republica
“Our constitution has ensured equality to all citizens irrespective of their public position and influence. While some individuals found possessing such wildlife parts are arrested and sentenced to jail for several years, many in power are publicly displaying such parts at their homes and offices as objects of decoration without any legal repercussions,” says Kumar Paudel, Co-founder at Greenhood Nepal.
March 17, 2017 | Nepali Times
“Rhinos and tigers are relatively well protected because they live inside national parks and are guarded by soldiers,” explains Kumar Paudel of the group, Greenhood Nepal. “But pangolins have no such protection.”
September 5, 2017 | The Himalayan times
“A new challenge in the tourism sector is the construction of new roads in various spots including inaccessible areas mainly affecting trekking tourism,” say Reshu Bashyal of Greenhood Nepal
September 8, 2017 | Nature Khabar
“Today’s young students are tomorrow’s future, thus for the better future of Pangolin, it is most to aware and engage students in its conservation activities’, says Sabitri Rai from Greenhood Nepal.
February 2, 2013 | The Kathmandu Post
“Whatever has been seized so far is just 10 percent of what is being transported across the border,” says Kumar Paudel, cofounder at Greenhood Nepal