USD 3.44bn required for Bhutan’s intended actions against climate change

The transport sector, a primary source of GHG emission, requires about USD 3.23bn for mitigation measures Bhutan’s 2nd Nationally Determined Contributions’ intended actions to mitigate climate change requires about USD 3.44bn until 2030.  It also calls on the international community to continue and enhance the support for Bhutan’s efforts to mitigate and adapt to climate […]

Learning from the recent lockdown

In what has been a relief for many in Thimphu, the capital city saw the third lockdown being lifted on Monday afternoon after all possibilities of Covid-19 disease presence in the capital were ruled out. The third lockdown, meanwhile, was imposed in Thimphu from 6pm onwards on June 12 to prevent the spread of Covid-19 […]

Govt. to formalize informal businesses to revive economy

The ministry is coming up with a strategic policy to help the business identities One of the priorities of the government to revive the economy is by formalizing the informal businesses in the country, according to Economic Affairs Minister Loknath Sharma.The minister informed the House in response to the question from the MP of Kilkhorthang […]