Conservation and environmental news & publications: Bhutan
Cycling towards change
Three new species discovered in Bhutan for the first time
A new species of mammal, Ferret badger was discovered in Royal Manas National Park for the first ...
Almost 3,000 acres of pine forest have been gutted down in a span of five days from a raging fire ...
Fourth King of Bhutan honored for outstanding contribution towards protection of the global environment:-
“The Fourth Druk Gyalpo was among the earliest world leaders to become conscious of the ...
World leaders back tiger summit rhetoric with recovery plan, seed money
World leaders and countries that have wild tigers today endorsed a major plan to double the number ...
Funding key to save tigers from extinction
The PloS Biology Journal, a respected scientific journal, published a paper Wednesday entitled ...
Tigers call for roar of support
To save the world's remaining wild tigers, WWF is not asking people to stand-up and be heard - but ...
South Asia wildlife experts back new enforcement network
Experts from seven countries have laid the foundation for a South Asia Wildlife Enforcement Network ...
Sacred Himalayan sites bring together religious leaders, conservationists
A first-time workshop in Bhutan today is bringing together religious leaders, government officials ...
Disappearing Greater Mekong tigers underscore global threats
Tiger numbers have fallen by more than 70 percent in slightly more than a decade in the Greater ...