Nekorpa’s work in Bhutan featured in Kyoto Journal

In May 2010, Nekorpa, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), and Bhutanese Buddhist leaders met at Taktsang Monastery to study the confluence of traditional pilgrimage and conservation. Some of the best custom papers online can be found at

This effort is but one in a growing movement which understands that environmental conservation efforts are highly successful when initiated and carried out in concert with faith-based communities.

The Kyoto Journal recently featured Nekorpa’s work and pilgrimage in Bhutan. You can read “Where Pilgrims & Conservationists Meet” or see other selections from the on-line issue here.

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