Countries in Asia and the Pacific need to work together to protect our common forest and fresh water resources

United we stand, divided we fall – it’s an old cliché, but when talking about access to fresh water in this Asia and Pacific region, it’s worth reminding ourselves how imperative it is to work together, within countries and across borders, to share and protect this precious resource.

Safeguarding rights of affected communities in Hydropower Projects

In pursuit of Gross National Happiness, as mandated by our Constitution,...

Can we Curtail the Bhutanese Exodus for Higher Education to Dreamlands?

In recent years, there has been sudden euphoria for higher education...

Sorry to say! But we probably need rest to restore Earth

Rest is the most uncomfortable act in today’s productivity-driven economic culture,...

Crucial role of non-disclosure agreements

The Gelephu Mindfulness City (GMC) has emerged as a transformative force...

Why Druk Yul matters? A French perspective

Although Bhutan is the only country in South Asia with which...

Women’s work: time to recognise their critical role in agriculture – and invest in it!

Despite women's significant contributions to our agrifood systems in the Asia-Pacific...

A trek to Jo Bay Tsho

Are you looking for a trail that offers stunning natural landscapes,...

Unpacking the Annual Judiciary Report 2023

The Annual Judiciary Report 2023 illuminates the institution's accomplishments. The report...

Unfair travel directives for public servants

Bhutan has witnessed a steady exodus of its public servants, with...

Microplastic Contamination of Bottled Water: Should we reconsider our sip?

Bottled water is often preferred over tap water in Bhutan due...

When Punishment defies GNH

The principles of Gross National Happiness (GNH) are woven into the...

What does it mean to be Bhutanese?

Identity has been mankind’s longest search. The question of “who am...

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