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Bhutan - not just carbon neutral, but carbon negative!

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Posted by: Kalyani.rc // Passive House / Sustainability Enthusiast

Bhutan - not just carbon neutral, but carbon negative!

Bhutan, a small nation between China and India, with a population of 750,000 has set some impressive environmental benchmarks. Bhutan is not merely carbon neutral, it’s also a carbon sink - making it one of the few countries in the world to have negative carbon emissions.
Further, Bhutan is aiming for net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, and zero-waste by 2030 and to grow 100 percent organic food by 2020.

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http://www.ecowatch.com/this-country-isnt-just-carbon-neutral-its-carbon-negative-1882195367.html

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