(First workshop of the Task Force of the National Environment Commission of Bhutan for the revision of the National Environment Strategy)
“When we look at the future, we see the world in a state of ominous uncertainty. Human activities have led to imbalance in nature and ecological shifts that cause growing problems like climate change and natural calamities.”– His Majesty the King.
Sherubtse College started the “Sherubtse United Nations Club.” The club held it’s first meeting on 29 April. The UN club aims at giving opportunities for students to participate in simulations of meetings held and issues discussed by United Nations. The club elected two new coordinators on the foundation day and has 16 registered members.Read More
ATTENTION FILM MAKERS The 2019 SDGs in Action Film Festival is now open! Coordinated by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs’ Division for SDGs, the Festival seeks short films that highlight how people and organizations around the world are taking action for the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Entries will be accepted in […]Read More
Despite the lush greenery that surrounds Ngarpongtang village in Thangrong, Bhutan, until recently, it was impossible to grow vegetables there. “I used to have to go to other villages to exchange pinewood for vegetables,” says Wangdi, a 54-year-old farmer. “We couldn’t get vegetables to grow here.” Water was a scarce resource in this […]Read More
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