It was with conservation in mind that the Constitution of Bhutan was drafted to include a stipulation that 60 percent of land in Bhutan shall, for all time, remain under forest cover. Today, Bhutan is one of the only carbon negative countries with more than 70 percent of its land remaining forested, and a third of it protected as national parklands. Conservation efforts must go further than simply demarcating these lands; they must protect the wildlife and the vast biodiversity that is found throughout the country.

Your gift will help fill gaps in critical need areas in ongoing and developing Environmental Conservation projects with the Bhutan Foundation.

Your donation will be going towards Environmental Conservation