Half of Bhutan's rural population will benefit from this new resilience project.
Bhutan steps up its response to climate change with the launch of a project to advance its National Adaptation Plan focused on water.
Despite the historic Paris Agreement and commitments made by nations in the form of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), global greenhouse emissions have reached record highs.
UNDP today presented a Special Recognition Award to His Majesty King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, of Bhutan, for his leadership in advancing human development and the wellbeing of Bhutanese people.
Stepping up monitoring efforts is critical to ensuring the country’s biodiversity thrives.
How Zingiber is becoming a new source of income for the people in Dzedokha and also teaching them about biodiversity conservation
Life was not easy for 29-year-old Ugyen Wangdi who has hearing difficulty. Communicating with others was a challenge.

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0.8 million

Population

70.6 years

Life Expectancy at Birth

86.9%

Renewable Energy Consumption

72.3%

Forest Area

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