Rehabilitation of Mined Areas
A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Green Bhutan Corporation Limited and State Mining Corporation Limited on the rehabilitation of mined areas across the country. The main objectives are to Rehabilitate the mined areas of SMCL with native species, Manage the restored areas to provide better ambiance to the public, and Advocate and educate the public on the restoration of mined areas.
On June 28, 2023, an Agreement was signed between Bhutan Mountain Coffee and Green Bhutan Corporation Limited. To generate high-quality coffee cherries, GBCL will establish coffee plants. All of the coffee cherries produced each year will be purchased by BMC. Looking forward to a fruitful collaboration
Beautification, Landscaping and Greening and Plantation work at Samdrup Jongkhar
On 24/07/23 – Green Bhutan Corporation Limited signed a significant Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Thrompon, ES, and TEO to embark on a transformative landscaping, greening, and plantation project over the next five years. This landmark partnership aims to revitalize public spaces, parks, and neighborhoods across Samdrup Jongkhar, promoting biodiversity and sustainability. Together, we will create a greener and healthier urban environment for our community. Key Focus Areas: Landscaping Excellence, Greening the Town and Plantation Drives. We are thrilled to collaborate with Thrompon, ES, and TOE for this greening initiative. Our joint efforts will pave the way for a sustainable future. Throughout the project, Green Bhutan Corporation Limited is committed to transparency and engagement with all stakeholders to ensure long-lasting positive impacts.
Lampelri Recreational Park
On 17th May, Department of Forest, Park Services officially handed over the Lampelri Recreational Park to Green Bhutan Corporation Limited.
GBCL's Leadership Award
The world CSR presented Bhutan Leadership Award to Green Bhutan Corporation Limited on 1st March 2020 at Taj Tashi.
Issuna Recreational Park
On August 31, Green Bhutan Corporation Limited opened a 6.6-acre recreational park in Paro for residents and tourists. The park is anticipated to attract tourists and visitors from various dzongkhags. Every day of the week from 9 am to 10 pm, the park is accessible to visitors. The park's administration will impose a small entrance fee, with the money going toward the upkeep and development of the park. The recreation area includes walking trails, a kiddie pool, a playground, beach volleyball courts, khuru fields, beach football courts, hammocks, and a camping area.