The Illegality of Felling Trees in Nepal, the Raute People of Nepal Able to Cut Trees, the Raute Encroaching Upon Farming Territory Causing Disputes, the Annual Government Subsidy Received by the Raute, and the Small Size of the Raute Clan

In Nepal it is illegal to cut down trees, only trees which have already fallen are legal to take for building and burning. The Raute, some of the most impoverished people in Nepal, are a self sustained tribal group unreliant upon the Nepal government for any of their needs and as such, the Raute have been granted specialized permission to cut down trees which has lead to conflict between Nepalese and the Raute. Agriculture is vital to Nepal's struggling economy, but as more land is cultivated, t...

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