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Water-sensitive urban designs for Bhutan’s Cities
4 février 2023
Bhoutan

Experts look at water-sensitive urban designs for Bhutan’s Cities

Bhutan's land is 70% covered by forests
15 décembre 2022
Bhoutan

To create housing, maintain its negative carbon status and sustainably manage its forests, Bhutan is embarking on creating a climate-smart forest economy.

Kuensel Online
18 novembre 2022
Bhoutan

Agriculture development needs a new turn, to secure national sovereignty and reduce dependency on food imports.

Land transactions makes victims of state system
14 octobre 2022
Bhoutan

The supreme Court asked landowners to restitute the land they bought  to the State.

27 juin 2022
Bhoutan

The National Assembly (NA) on June 24 adopted the Forest and Nature Conservation Bill of Bhutan 2021 with 38 ‘Yes’, and two “ No” votes and two abstained.

Chairperson of the Environment and Climate Change Committee, Gyem Dorji, said that the Act, which was enacted in 1995, was not amended for more than two decades.

11 mai 2022
Burundi
Comores
Érythrée
Éthiopie
Madagascar
Malawi
Mozambique
Somalie
Ouganda
République centrafricaine
Tchad
Bénin
Gambie
Guinée-Bissau
Libéria
Mali
Haïti
Afghanistan
Bhoutan
Sri Lanka
Yémen

Nairobi/Rome, le 11 mai 2022. Alors que la guerre en Ukraine fait grimper les prix des aliments, des carburants et des engrais à des niveaux record et menace la sécurité alimentaire dans bon nombre des pays les plus pauvres du monde, le Fonds international de développement agricole (FIDA), un organisme des Nations Unies, a lancé aujourd’hui une 

22 novembre 2021
Éthiopie
Rwanda
Colombie
Bhoutan
Népal

True resilience relies on connecting the dots. Connecting the dots between nature, climate and energy. Connecting the dots between land-use, energy and agriculture, between livelihoods, natural resources, economic growth, social development and conservation, between people and the impacts climate change has on their lives.


Khamdang-Ramjar MP sentenced to five years in prison
14 août 2021
Bhoutan

Khamdang-Ramjar Member of Parliament (MP) Kuenga Loday has been sentenced to five years in prison by the Trashiyangtse dzongkhag court yesterday for illegal construction of a road in a restricted area.

The court also sentenced his brother, the Khamdang Mangmi, Sangay Tempa to four years and three months in prison for his involvement.

25 novembre 2020
Chine
Bhoutan
Inde

Sandwiched between China and India, the tiny Himalayan nation of Bhutan is feeling the squeeze as its giant neighbours square up for supremacy.

A close ally of India, Bhutan got a shock when China made sudden new claims in the summer - over a wildlife sanctuary in the east of the country, on land that had not been considered disputed.

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