As RSPN is celebrating its 25 years of service in Environmental conservation this year, we are gearing up for events to commemorate this special ocassion. We have come a long way. RSPN alone couldn't have achieved without support from our donors, stakeholders and our members.
With the waste prevention and management regulation 2012 coming into force yesterday, people littering or dumping waste in the wrong places, or urinating or defecating in a public place, will be slapped fines, ranging from Nu 100 to Nu 20,000.
Some of the other offences, according to the regulation, are sale of goods or services on the streets and pedestrian walkways without approval, and dumping waste into the streams, rivers, drainage systems or other water bodies.
The training on “Basic Book-keeping and Accounting” to the Human-Wildlife Conflict (HWC) Management Committee Members of Passangphu and Maduwa was conducted from 6 to 8 April, 2012 by Mr. Sonam Jamtsho, Assistant Finance Officer of RSPN. The training was conducted in Passangphu NFE learning hall with the following objectives:
In the afternoon of 8th April (Sunday), fire razed the pine forest above the Yangchenphug HSS. The firefighters stopped battling the fire around 6:30 pm on Sunday evening and started at 5 am on Monday morning (Kuensel). BBS reported that the fire was contained on Monday.
1987-2012: Celebrating 25 years of Service for the Environment
By end of 2012, RSPN will complete 25 years of service in conservation of environment in Bhutan.
To commemorate 25 years of RSPN’s service to the environment, RSPN is pleased to launch its Silver Jubilee logo.
Description of Logo
The logo represents all the thematic areas RSPN worked in the last 25 years. The flying black-necked crane represents the flag-ship species that RSPN initially started its work in species conservation.