Climate & Environment

Once gushing with water, Nepal’s springs are rapidly drying up

Springs across the mid-hills have been losing water for decades, but things have gotten worse since the twin earthquakes four years ago.
Women and children spend hours every day filling their jars with water in Sangachok, Sindhupalchok. Arpan Shrestha/TKP
Marissa Taylor
Published at : November 29, 2019
Updated at : December 9, 2019 11:15

Marissa Taylor

Marissa Taylor is the Culture and Arts editor at The Kathmandu Post. In addition to her copy-editing duties, Taylor also pursues long-form reporting. Before joining the Post, she worked as a journalist at The Himalayan Times and M&S VMAG.