The strategy comes at a time when Bhutan’s emissions are increasing year after year. According to NEC, by 2040 Bhutan’s emission level is estimated to touch 4.7mn, double than that of 2010 level.
Monday, June 18, 2012
Ministry wise impact on environment Part IV (reduce vehicle and aircraft emissions, start printing park and promote e-newspapers, experts advise moic)
Increased aviation activities under the civil aviation sector have contributed to the increasing green house gas emissions in the country
Monday, June 11, 2012
Asia-Pacific region not only has many of the world’s most climate exposed territories but is also home to millions of the most vulnerable people
Ministry wise impact on environment Part III (time to switch to digital apparatus to reduce medical waste pollution)
Medical waste is one of the most hazardous wastes that affect the environment
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Ministry wise impact on environment Part II ( revisit 10,000mw hydropower dream and cap polluters to keep bhutan green: experts tells moea)
The government’s plan to develop 10,000MW of hydropower by 2020 has come in the way for the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) to declare itself as an environment-friendly ministry.