Green policies

The Himalayas and Everest Region belong to no one man or a single organization. Though geographically inside Nepal – it belongs to everyone in this world and also all future generations. Therefore we recognize that we have a responsibility to this region beyond legal and regulatory requirements.
We are committed to our cause for reducing our environmental impact and continually improving our environment performance as in integral part of our operation methods.
We encourage our participants, stakeholders and our partners to do the same.

 

Responsibility
Management of the Organizing Committee is responsible for ensuring that this environmental policy is implemented. However, all team members have responsibility in their area to ensure that the aims and objectives of the policy are met.

 

Policy Aims
We endeavor to:
1. Comply and exceed all relevant regulatory requirements
2. Continually improve and monitor environmental performance
3. Continually reduce environmental impacts
4. Incorporate environmental factors into business decisions
5. Increase organizing committee and managements awareness and training

 

Paper
1. We will minimize the use of paper in the office and on field
2. We will reduce packaging as much as possible
3. We will seek o buy recycled and recyclable paper products
4. We will reuse and recycle all paper where possible

 

Energy and Water
1. We will seek to reduce the amount of energy used as much as possible
2. We will use minimal petroleum products during treks for preparing food for participants
3. We will use lodges that use natural yak dung for Lodge Heating and Cooking
4. We will not distribute plastic bottled waters at check-points anymore – we will distribute water by paper cups.
5. We will encourage participates to carry water storing kits such as camelbaks
6. The energy consumption and efficiency of new products will be taken into account when purchasing.

 

Transportation
We will favor ‘green’ vehicles and maintain them rigorously to ensure ongoing efficiency.

 

Monitoring and Improvement
1. We will comply with and exceed all relevant regulatory requirements.
2. We will continually improve and monitor our environmental performance
3. We will incorporate environmental factors into business decisions
4. We will increase employee awareness through training
5. We will review our environment policy yearly

 

Culture
We will involve all stakeholders and related parties in the implementation of this policy, for greater commitment and improved performance.
1. We will provide staff with relevant environmental training
2. We will work with our affiliated hotels, mountain lodges, transport companies, souvenir producers, airlines and         everyone else to improve our environmental performance

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Date: 29th May,2020 

 
Welcome to the world of Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon. Good Morning World, Good Morning Marathon Runners. Today is our : 
 
Tenzing Hillary Mount Everest Marathon Day :
 
May 29: World’s Highest Marathon
 
The photo below:  Greek Ambassador at Namche Bazar Hill, Crowning the Runner with Bodhi Tree Crown Tiara. Marathon was Born in Greece. 
 
In Greece, they do it with Olive Tree Branch Tiara, but in Nepal, Bikram re-invented it with Bodhi Tree Crown (पिपल को हाँगा), symbolising Buddha, his Enlightenment Tree and Buddha’s own country Nepal.
 
We have merged this Year’s Marathon Event with 2021 May 29 Event, due to Corona Pandemic.
 
Warm Good Wishes from:
 
Bikram Pandey KAAJI
Concept Man & Event Creator
परिकल्पनाकार तथा शोध लेखनदास
 
 
Project 2021 : We are planting Trees along our Marathon Route with cooperation from National Park. The Sapling Plant will be the “One” most preferred or favoured by local Musk Deers to support their Habitat. Our Slogan will be :
 
1. Plant a Tree for some one you LOVE. 
2. Plant a Tree to Leave your “Token of Love” of Goodwill for the future Generation
 
Book your Place now, be Friends with Mount Everest Musk Deers : “MEMD” : Write to : Event.Manager@EverestMarathon.com