Future generations of Bhutan will live in an environmentally sustainable society.
To inspire personal responsibility and active involvement of the people of Bhutan in the conservation of the Kingdom’s environment through education, research and sustainable livelihood opportunities.
The four overall goals of RSPN are:
- To contribute significantly to environmental conservation in Bhutan through natural resources management and development of sustainable livelihood approaches.
- To increase the level of environmental awareness through education, advocacy and public participation in conservation.
- To enhance and increase the knowledge on the Bhutanese environment and sustainable livelihoods.
- Enhance RSPN ’s institutional, organizational and human resource capacity to support conservation, sustainable development, research and education.
RSPN CONSERVATION MANDALA
The circle represents RSPN’s conservation efforts. It is represented in the form of Mandala, a symbolic of Mother Earth in harmony with nature and unity. The outer circle are RSPN’s approaches to implement the various conservation programs under the thematic areas. The six thematic areas in the middle are initiated based on the National and International priorities and concerns, which are also aligned to support some of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to reach at the overarching goal of “Environmentally Sustainable Society”.