Unity for Sustainability

 Working together is no longer optional – It is a matter of compulsion

Annapurna Media Network has announced the Unity for Sustainability campaign which comes into force from January 1, 2022. The main aim of this campaign is to ‘lead the climate change dialogue’ working closely with all stakeholders on sustainable development mode, particularly focusing on climate-change issues.


Bringing together climate change stakeholders and foster interactions

Collaboration across sectors is crucial in the fight against climate change and strong partnerships can unlock the potential of climate-friendly technology. We believe that every sector has a unique role to play in the areas of climate change. When companies lead the climate change issues, their entire workforce is engaged and the public’s mindset, behaviour, and lifestyles can also change.

The effects of climate change can be felt already, it is real. Global warming may have impacted us more than we can see or feel. To minimize the effects of climate change, we need to act at an individual, societal and national level. As a responsible media house, we have a big role as well as the capacity to contribute to the national and global efforts being undertaken to address the challenges exposed by climate change.

The campaign was declared through an official event organized on November 24 at Hyatt Place, Kathmandu in the presence of the Annapurna Media Network family. An ‘Expression of Interest’ for stakeholders and partners interested to associate with the campaign was also released on the same date. 

AMN Unity for Sustainability Declaration Event

24th November, 2021

Hyatt Palace, Kathmandu

AMN Unity for Sustainability Inauguration Program

7th January, 2022

Yak & Yeti, Kathmandu

“Rt. Honorable Prime Minister Mr. Sher Bahadur Deuba inaugurated the ‘Unity for Sustainability’ campaign amidst a special event organized on January 7, 2022. The Prime Minister applauded AMN Nepal’s initiatives to create awareness on climate change issues. AMN Nepal also received video messages of encouragement and best wishes from the past Prime Ministers of Nepal and Green Ambassadors along with messages of solidarity from the Green Partners”.


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