Bangladesh is a small country with a large population, there’s only a little space left for birds to build a habitat or roam around freely: Inam Al Haque, chairman of Bangladesh Bird Club
Dhaka's air quality continued to be in the 'moderate' zone on Thursday as cyclone 'Asani' weakened into a depression, triggering showers
Burning fossil fuels and destroying forests have released enough greenhouse gases into the atmosphere to also boost the frequency and intensity of many floods, droughts, wildfires and tropical storms
All necessary preparations have been taken in five coastal districts to face any possible situation that might arise due to cyclonic storm 'Asani'
Bangladesh's capital Dhaka saw a marked improvement in air quality on Thursday
The threats to the freedom of journalists and media workers are growing by the day, said UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres
Former general secretary of the Bangladesh Institute of Planners, Adil Muhammed Khan, talks to Prothom Alo about the huge importance of open spaces in the cities
We also realise that the Prime Minister’s announcement did not come so easily
The causes of the reduction in forest cover include human and natural causes, as well as deforestation, wildfires and other destruction
Some 460 million tons of plastics were produced worldwide in 2019, generating 353 million tons of waste, according to the OECD
While the tropical oceans would lose the most species, many from these areas would migrate to higher latitudes in order to survive
The Bangladesh high commissioner thanked envoys based in London for nominated her for the award
This bird wasn't found or seen anywhere around Bagerhat, Fakirhat and Khulna’s Rupsha upazila since the 1980s
Minister of Foreign Affairs, AK Abdul Momen, and Danish Minister for Development Cooperation, Flemming Møller Mortensen, on Monday signed a Sustainable and Green Framework Engagement to strengthen ...