Note: All listed resources are either open access or BCF has received permission to post them.
- Bhutan’s environmental success is a pleasing paradox (2013), The Conversation.
- Gender and Climate Change, February 2020, National Commission for Women and Children
- Signs of climate warming through the eyes of yak herders in Northern Bhutan, Mountain Research and Development (2018), by Kesang Wangchuk and Jigme Wangdi.
- Bhutan Improves Economic Development as a Net Carbon Sink (2012), by the Climate Institute.
- Forest resource management in the context of climate change adaptation and mitigation in Bhutan, Bhutan Journal of Natural Resources & Development (2016), by Bhagat Suberi et al.
- Socio-cultural values of ecosystem services from oak forests in the Eastern Himalaya, Sustainability (2019), by Tshewang Dorji et al.
- Why is there no tragedy in these commons? An analysis of forest user groups and forest policy in Bhutan, Sustainability (2012), by Bill Buffum.
- As Bhutan’s economy grows, so does its waste problem (2018), by The Third Pole.
- World’s Happiest Country Also Has No Carbon Emissions, (2018), National Geographic.
- Happy environments: Bhutan, interdependence and the West, Sustainability (2014), by Randy Schroeder and Kent Schroeder.
- Bhutan State of Environment at Glance (2017), National Environment Commission.
- Forest Facts and Figures (2017), Department of Forest and Park Services.
- The Middle Path: National Environment Strategy for Bhutan (1998), National Environment
- National Strategy and Action Plan for Low Carbon Development (2012), National Environment Commission.
- An urgent call to protect the world’s ‘Third Pole’, TedTalk by former Prime Minister Dasho Tshering Tobgay
- This country isn’t just carbon neutral — it’s carbon negative, TedTalk by former Prime Minister Dasho Tshering Tobgay.
- White Gold: Discovering Bhutan’s natural treasure (2018), ABC News.