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fruit tree saplings planted in three dzongkhags
The Fruits For All initiative, started by BES in 2018, aims to help nurture green public spaces in urban areas. Since its inception, we have worked with local government and schools to plant over 1000 fruit tree saplings in Thimphu, Wangdue Phrodrang, Tsirang, and Paro.
Community members engaged in Moringa Plantation
highlanders in Merak benefited from retrofitting and heating
To help shield children from the harsh climate of Merak, BES improved the energy-efficiency and climate adaptability of highland schools through electrical retrofitting and structural maintenance. The schools have reported notably improved student performance after the intervention.
highly attended annual research symposiums held
The BES research symposium is an annual event to encourage scientific discourse featuring researchers from various sectors to discuss and promote ecological integrity and economic development in the country.
Bhutan Ecological Society signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Department of Renewable Energy under Ministry of Economic Affairs...
To commemorate Global Tiger Day on 29th July, BES in collaboration with Global Tiger Center under the Ministry of...
Over 300 monks staying at the Paro Dratshang will now have access to hot water, thanks to the new...
The Ministry of Works and Human Settlement and Bhutan Ecological Society have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to...