2nd June and 4th June are two environmentally important days in Bhutan. The Coronation Anniversary (2nd June) of His Majesty the Fourth King is observed as Social Forestry Day. Thousands of trees are planted by communities across Bhutan. The Birth Anniversary of Her Majesty Gyaltsuen Jetsun Pema Wangchuck, Royal Patron of RSPN, (4th June) is celebrated in conjunction with the World Environment Day (5 June).
On the occasion of the above events, RSPN is pleased to announce the result of Art and Essay writing competition held among various categories, starting from Pre-Primary to class XII. Though this art and essay competition, RSPN hopes to promote environmental conciousness and action among the Bhutanese, in particular, the younger generation.
ANNOUNCEMENT As part of creating awareness and sensitizing youths on Climate Change and its impact, the Royal Society for Protection of Nature will organize a theme-based Art and Essay Competition in 2014 for students. The last date of submission of entries of art and essay is 17th May, 2014.
All students are encouraged to participate in eligible categories. You can refer the details below or Download this PDF Document
ANNOUNCEMENT RSPN is pleased to announce the names of shortlisted applicants for the temporary post of Assistant Trainers. All the shortlisted applicants are requested to come for interview at RSPN on 19th March 2014 at RSPN Head Office. The interview will be conducted at 11 AM in the Board Room (Level 4) of RSPN.
The interview will conducted based on the following list. Applicants visiting RSPN after 2 PM shall not be interviewed. The results will be declared the following day at 10 AM and only selected 8 candidates will be contacted. Applicants shall come with their original copies of all documents submitted. Kindly contact Adm/HR officer at RSPN for further information.
ANNOUNCEMENT: The Bhutan Water Partnership (BhWP), hosted at Royal Society for Protection of Nature (RSPN) invites small scale community & institution based water projects. This project should aim to address water needs and quality issues for the communities and institutions.
Come November 11th and the Gangtey Gonpa Courtyard will be filled with local people and tourist to witness the 15th Annual Black-necked Crane festival.
The festival will be organized by the Phobjikha Environment Management Committee (PEMC) involving the local people, schools and various institutions. These festivals is aimed at educating people about the need for conservation of the environment and the cranes and in the process garner the good will support of both the local people and the tourists.