The UN family led by the Resident Coordinator joined the Minister for Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Royal Government of Bhutan,representatives from the government and international organizations, Tourism Council of Bhutan and students to observe the “Zero Waste Hour” by cleaning the area around the Changjiji Bazam and Changzamtog area today afternoon.
The “Zero Waste Hour” was launched by Her Majesty, the Gyaltsuen, on 2 June as an initiative to instill behavior change towards proper waste management and practice sustainable consumption lifestyle leading towards safe, healthy and clean environment.
The day will be observed for one hour every 2nd day of the month.
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A two-day media workshop on “Climate Change, Solutions and the SDGs” organized by the UN in partnership with Journalists’ Association of Bhutan, WWF Bhutan and ICIMOD is ongoing at Paro. The workshop is being attended by editors and reporters from print and broadcast media, social media influencers, film makers, photographers and bloggers. #BhutanClimateActionNetworkRead More
This United Nations Sustainable Development Framework (UNSDPF) articulates the collective vision of the UN system in Bhutan for 2019-2023. Achieving Agenda 2030 and graduating from the Least Developed Country (LDC) category in a sustainable manner requires continued partnership between the Royal Government of Bhutan, its development partners, key stakeholders, as well as between UN agencies. […]Read More
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