We are interested in creating and sustaining impactscapes, large landscapes, both rural and urban, which are functional and provide for food, energy, water and species. Such impactscapes will create jobs, increase self-sufficiency, build resilient communities, proactively adapt to climate change and ensure the persistence of biodiversity.

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Press Release: SFS Spring Program started

2020 spring semester of the School for Field Studies (SFS)- Bhutan Program has been...

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BES President meets with officials from the Balipara Foundation

The President of BES Dasho Paljor J Dorji and Executive Director Dr Nawang Norbu...

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Impact Story: small investment towards energy efficiency reaps substantial benefit

The Bhutan Ecological Society (BES) implemented the project “Climate Adaptation Through Energy Conservation: Merak...

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