Compassionate Conservation and Sustainability in Bhutan

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Media Type: Article - Foundational

Date of Publication: April 14

Year of Publication: 2021

Publication City: New York, NY

Publisher: Sussex Publishers, LLC

Author(s): Marc Beckoff

Journal: Psychology Today

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A new book details how this small country has set an example for the world.

When I ask people who are interested in conservation and environmental protection which country they would most like to visit, a large number, without hesitation, say Bhutan. I agree, and I’m pleased to offer an on-the-ground and up-to-date interview with Dr. Michael Tobias, one of the authors along with Dr. Ugyen Tshewang and Jane Gray Morrison of a new book called Bhutan: Conservation and Environmental Protection in the Himalayas.

This landmark work recognizes nonhumans as stakeholders in conservation protocols and offers a detailed summary of how this small country has established stringent conservation practices that set examples for the rest of the world to follow.

Read the full review here.

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