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Bhutan’s Natural Heritage A Legacy of the Monarchs

By: Royal Society for Protection of Nature, Bhutan(Author), Sangay Thinley(Foreword By), Lam Dorji(Preface By)
134 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour maps, colour tables
Bhutan’s Natural Heritage
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Language: English

From the preface:

"This book has been brought out to put on record the natural heritage that Bhutan possesses at the time of transition to a parliamentary democracy. While it is not comprehensive and exhaustive, it serves to take stock and form the baseline for monitoring environmental progress at the national level. At an individual level, this book will help understand the natural ecosystems and an unspoilt environment as the basis for long term welfare. It will serve as a reference in the future. Further, it is envisaged that enhanced citizen awareness will maintain a green economy in the future. More importantly, with the recent declaration of the Royal Government for carbon neutral economy, environmental preservation will always remain a priority."

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By: Royal Society for Protection of Nature, Bhutan(Author), Sangay Thinley(Foreword By), Lam Dorji(Preface By)
134 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour maps, colour tables
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