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This page is a temporary page to share news and info about the circular economy, sustainability, eco-products & eco-services in Bhutan.


Sustainable Tourism

Bhutan with its unique cultural resources and pristine natural environment has the potential to be a model destination for sustainable Tourism. 

Since its inception in 1974, the country followed a cautious policy based on 'High-Value Low Impact'.

  However, with increasing arrivals it faces several challenges. Weak coordination between the sector agencies is becoming a potential threat. 

  Recognizing this gap and the need to foster partnerships Bhutan Sustainable Tourism Society (BSTS) was launched on 27th September 2018 coinciding with World Tourism Day. 

BSTS aims to foster collaboration and partnership by creating a common platform for all tourism partners and stakeholders to come together to discuss share and inspire sustainable tourism development. 

The society is open to voluntary membership and steered by a group of passionate members dedicated to supporting sustainable tourism growth in Bhutan. 

(Source: Youtube)

Bhutan Tourism Society




Eco Products

Eco-Friendly Bio Plates are Grown and Made in Bhutan. 

It is degradable/Organic & environmental friendly. Since they are degradable, there is no pressure on our landfills. 

Eco-Friendly Bio Plates are organic/ Bio-Degradable/strong & Sturdy. 

There are no chemical mixtures used during production. 

Being strong & sturdy, they can be used for any occasion. 

They are also waterproof and Microwave friendly.

Structurally uncoated & designed to be composted 100% directly. 

Eco-Friendly Bio Plate is not only used for business purposes but can also be used in homes or for picnics.

(Source: Youtube)

Eco Friendly BIO Plates


Drinking Water

Along the Assam-Bhutan border lives a community that has been drinking water from dug-up holes in the ground. 

People of ‘Goya Community’ have been living with the reality of water scarcity for years now. 

Villagers of Rajagarh in Uldalguri’s Panery Constituency depend entirely on sludgy water for their survival. 

They have no option but to use the same contaminated water for drinking, cooking, bathing, washing clothes, and other household purposes. 

(Source: Youtube)

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Carbon Footprint

Deep in the Himalayas, on the border between China and India, lies the Kingdom of Bhutan, which has pledged to remain carbon neutral for all time. In this illuminating talk, Bhutan's Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay shares his country's mission to put happiness before economic growth and set a world standard for environmental preservation.

(Source: Youtube)

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