Paudel’s MSc research thesis is titled “Climate Change Adaptation in Livelihood and Agriculture in the Gandaki Basin, Nepal”. She will assess adaptation practices and analyse the resilience of a rural community with agriculture as its main source of livelihood.
She did her Bachelor’s project on soil properties and carbon stock under different land-use types in the mid-hills of Nepal. From August 2012 to July 2013, she worked as Research Assistant at the Aquatic Ecology Centre, Kathmandu University, where her responsibilities included field work and lab-work associated with water and soil. Her interests are blogging, reading, photography, and trekking.