Stakeholder Workshop on Biodiversity Statistics of Bhutan

1Thimphu, 28-29 Dec 2016: The first time ever two days Stakeholder Workshop on Biodiversity Statistics of Bhutan is organized by National Biodiversity Centre (NBC), Serbithang at Ariya Hotel, Thimphu. Presences were the officials from Ministry of Health, Bhutan Trust Fund, WWF and officials from the Agriculture & Forests Ministry.

Biodiversity boosts ecosystem productivity where each species, no matter how small, all have an important role to play. And so, while we dominate this planet, we still need to preserve the diversity in wildlife. Consequently NBC initiated to have collaboration and supportive interaction with different stakeholders to check list latest mammals, birds, plants and all kinds of species. This may perhaps be also a platform for discussing further collaboration, data sharing modality and identification of relevant agencies to lead on updating information on specifics biodiversity groups.

Employees need guidelines, be it policy makers, researchers, donors, etc. to manage information resources on their desktops, in their files, and in the computer systems with which they interact. As budgets have tightened and governments have turned to technology to “do more with less,” e-mail, Web portals, databases, and other electronic applications have been typically implemented without regard for managing the information or for ensuring the creation and preservation of records. There found some ambiguity in ensuring the effective maintenance of the record to who is to do what? Hence appropriate conservation and sustainable development strategies needs to distinguish this as being essential to any approach.


Reported by: Karma Tenzin, ICS

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