The Hariyo Ban Program supported the 2nd Kathmandu International Art Festival organized by Siddhartha Art Foundation titled 'EARTH, BODY and MIND' that explored human links with the environment and the issue of climate change. The Naga by Leang Seckon is made using recycled plastic and was installed in the National Zoo, Kathmandu from 25th of November to 21st of December. The Naga (serpent or snake) is deeply rooted in Nepalese tradition and culture. Through the symbolism of the spiritual Naga this installation aimed to communicate the importance of conserving fresh water sources for the benefit of people, agriculture, and natural freshwater systems. These natural systems support nagas and also other species – for example the gharial and Gangetic dolphin and fish populations on which many rural communities depend. Yet these water resources are threatened by deforestation, infrastructure development and pollution. And climate change is believed to be influencing precipitation patterns, resulting in erratic rainfall. The Naga reminds us to take good care of our water sources, and think about the consequences of our actions on water, food security and wild species.