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Indra Lal Acharja is a Research Fellow and the Collaborator for [https://www.cosmolocalism.eu/ COSMOLOCALISM] project in Bhutan. He holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) degree (3 years long) in Sustainable Development from College of Natural Resources in Bhutan. Prior to joining the COSMOLOCASLISM team, he was an Environmental Science (EVS) Technical Assistant with Royal Thimphu College, Bhutan. In his capacity as EVS Technical Assistant, he led field based academic activities in agriculture, api-culture, and meteorology. He was also a core member for planning and coordination of students’ field trips to numbers of selected areas within Bhutan held every Spring and Fall semester.
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Indra Lal Acharja is a Research Fellow and the Collaborator for [https://www.cosmolocalism.eu/ COSMOLOCALISM] project in Bhutan. He holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) degree (3 years long) in Sustainable Development from [http://www.cnr.edu.bt/ College of Natural Resources] in Bhutan. Prior to joining the COSMOLOCASLISM team, he was an Environmental Science (EVS) Technical Assistant with Royal Thimphu College, Bhutan. In his capacity as EVS Technical Assistant, he led field based academic activities in agriculture, api-culture, and meteorology. He was also a core member for planning and coordination of students’ field trips to numbers of selected areas within Bhutan held every Spring and Fall semester.

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Indra Lal Acharja is a Research Fellow and the Collaborator for COSMOLOCALISM project in Bhutan. He holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) degree (3 years long) in Sustainable Development from College of Natural Resources in Bhutan. Prior to joining the COSMOLOCASLISM team, he was an Environmental Science (EVS) Technical Assistant with Royal Thimphu College, Bhutan. In his capacity as EVS Technical Assistant, he led field based academic activities in agriculture, api-culture, and meteorology. He was also a core member for planning and coordination of students’ field trips to numbers of selected areas within Bhutan held every Spring and Fall semester.