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Shaping the Future: Reflections on 'Ecosociocentrism' With Graduate Students, Faculties and Scholars at Department of Environmental Sciences, Tribhuvan University (TU).

As I embarked on the journey of promoting my latest book, 'Ecosociocentrism: The Earth First Paradigm for Sustainable Living,' the response from universities across the country exceeded my expectations. Stepping onto the stage to share insights from 'Ecosociocentrism' with students and faculty members felt like a homecoming, where the fervor for environmental activism and sustainable living ignited a flame of hope within each audience member. The halls of academia echoed with anticipation as I unveiled the pages of 'Ecosociocentrism' to eager minds hungry for solutions to the pressing environmental and climate challenges of our time. With each university talk, the vibrant exchange of ideas and impassioned discussions reaffirmed my belief in the power of 'Ecosociocentrism' to inspire meaningful change in our collective approach to sustainability. Standing before the bright faces of students and the seasoned wisdom of faculty members, I felt a profound sense of purpose as I delved into the principles and strategic policy imperatives outlined in 'Ecosociocentrism,' knowing that together, we were forging a path towards a more harmonious relationship with our planet.


April 9, 2024. Invited Speaker at Department of Environmental Sciences, Tribhuvan University


I would like to extend my deepest gratitude to Professor Uddhav Raj Khadka, the head of the department, the esteemed faculties, and the postgraduate students of the Environmental Science Department at Tribhuvan University for the gracious reception of my book and the engaging discussion that followed its presentation. The opportunity to share my work on ECOSOCIOCENTRISM, which calls for a paradigm shift towards integrating ecosystemic and societal values within our current global political economy, was both an honor and a deeply rewarding experience. The lively discourse that ensued post-presentation not only underscored the relevance of our collective quest for sustainable development and environmental sustainability but also reinforced the urgency of transitioning to a circular and regenerative economic model that operates within the Earth's biocapacity. The insightful questions and thoughtful reflections offered by students and faculty alike were not just affirming of the work's value but were also indicative of the rich intellectual milieu at Tribhuvan University.


I am honored to present my book to the department's library hoping that it will serve as a catalyst for critical thinking and innovative approaches among the students who are poised to become the next generation of environmental managers, planners, and stewards. The enthusiasm and keen interest shown by everyone involved in organizing this book talk program have been overwhelming and immensely encouraging. This experience has been a significant highlight for me, serving not only as a platform for dialogue but also as a source of inspiration. I am humbled by your recognition and deeply appreciative of your efforts to facilitate this program. The engagement and enthusiasm of the Tribhuvan University community have left a lasting impression, and I look forward to any opportunities for future deliberations and discussion.


Please accept my sincerest thanks for your warm hospitality, insightful engagement, and for the important work you continue to do at the forefront of environmental science education and research. It is communities like yours that drive meaningful change and bring hope for a

sustainable future.











sustainable future.

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