Unscrupulous and influential people including politicians, law enforcers and public representatives have grabbed Kaptai Lake, putting its biodiversity at risk
It will now be up to the UN General Assembly to resume the fifth session at a date still to be determined
The Sundarbans, a sanctuary for animals, is more affected by climate change than by human pollution. As the altitude is lower than the sea level, whenever the sea level rises, it directly affects the ...
Eminent citizens of the country see the allotment of lands for the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) as a violation of the constitution and law
Major global biodiversity loss could cause enough economic damage by the end of the decade to severely cut more than half of the world's sovereign credit ratings - including China's, the first major ...
Bees play the key role in pollinating 70 per cent of the plants in the world, including in Bangladesh
Global efforts to cut plastic and agricultural pollution, protect a third of wild spaces, and ultimately live "in harmony with nature" will dominate UN biodiversity negotiations starting Monday, held ...
The South African government on Friday granted annual hunting and export permits for dozens of big game, including 10 critically endangered black rhino and a similar number of leopards
Professor Anu Muhammad alleged two cliques led by the government are working to destroy the Sundarbans
'Sundarbans Day' is being observed today with an appeal to save the largest mangrove forest in the world
Oscar-winning Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio has congratulated the Bangladesh government and other stakeholders for establishing a Marine Protected Area (MPA) around Saint Martin's Island, reports ...
Iran is now home to only a dozen Asiatic cheetahs, the deputy environment minister said Sunday, describing the situation for the endangered species as "extremely critical".
Halda river is one of the most prominent fish breeding grounds in the country. However, the restrictions given by the fisheries and livestock ministry are being overlooked
Chilean scientists studying organisms in one of the most remote places on Earth are urging regional leaders to step up efforts to tackle climate change