From 16 July 2007 till present.
From 16th July 2007 till present.
From 15th July 2008 till present.
From 1st August 2008 till present.
From 15th January 2013 till present.
June 2012 till present.
2011 till present.
Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Nepal
Board Member, Expedition Operators Association-Nepal
Member, Climate Change Council to the Prime Minister,Government of Nepal
Mountain Protected Areas Network,International Mountaineering & Climbing Federation (UIAA)
World Commission on Protected Areas-International Union for Conservation of Nature(IUCN)
Dawa's environmental and conservation work has been recognized and awarded by IUCN, WWF and International Olympic Committee, amongst others.
Dawa Steven's efforts in the field of environmental conservation have been recognized by: World Wildlife Fund (WWF), The Sir Edmund Hillary Foundation of Canada, the International Mountaineering & Climbing Federation (UIAA), and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
WWF International felicitated Dawa with "Leaders for a Living Planet" Award, the highest honors given to an individual by WWF, for his dynamic leadership and personal drive in helping people throughout the world to realize the perils faced by the people of the Himalayas as a result of climate change. Dawa Steven Sherpa is also a World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Climate Ambassador.
The International Olympic Committee presented him the International Olympic Committee Award for Sports and Environment" for his contributions in the field of environment. The prize is meant to acknowledge the dedication and commitment of individuals for their efforts to introduce good environmental practices into a sport of their choice. The award recognizes outstanding projects in the field of sustainable sport and the environment. The IOC believes that the work done by Dawa Steven Sherpa, before, during and after his Eco Everest Expeditions is worth international recognition.
The IUCN, World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) and the International Rangers Federation (IRF) selected Dawa Steven Sherpa as one of the Top Five Young Conservationists in the world for 2008.
The UIAA has presented him with the Award for Contributions to UIAA for efforts to promote conservation ethics in the mountains and to draw international attention to climate change and its effects in the Khumbu and other mountain communities.
Dawa Steven has also been awarded with the prestigious Special Achievement Award from the Sir Edmund Hillary Foundation of Canada for his double summit of Everest (8848m) and Lhotse (8516m) and for his Environmental initiatives in the spring of 2008.
The first ever WWF International President's Award (2012). The award recognizes the achievements of exceptional young people in the field of conservation who use innovative approaches to improve the lives of local communities.