Embark on an exotic journey to the small Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan high in the Himalayan Mountains. See how a benevolent king promotes Gross Domestic Happiness for his citizens while fostering respect for the environment and natural resources. Travel with George Archibald, Co-founder of the International Crane Foundation, to see the rare and endangered black necked cranes.

Directed by Greg Pope and Rhett Turner.

Bhutan: Land of the Black Necked Crane

2011 US 15 min
Festival Year: 2012
Types: Documentary, Short, Watch Now
Topic: Environmental Advocacy and Justice, Global Perspectives, Sustainable Living

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