Environment Policy

Environment Policy

The climate project that changed how we understand extreme weather

The finding made headlines worldwide and news stories replaced vague references to the impact of global heating on extreme weather with precise details

A fallen tree rests on a burned car after a wildfire destroyed the Kangaroo Valley Bush Retreat in Kangaroo Valley, New South Wales, Australia, 23 January, 2020.

Bangladesh knows how to address climate change challenges: EU envoy

Bangladesh has a wealth of ideas on how to address the challenges of climate change both at home and in the wider world. The word of praise has come from the head of the Delegation of European Union ...

Bangladesh knows how to address climate change challenges: EU envoy

Workshop on climate adversities and adaptation plan held in Kurigram

The consultation workshop was held on 20 September 2021 in Kurigram at the conference room of the office of the deputy commissioner

A glimpse of the participants of the National Adaptation Plan formulation consultation held at Kurigram

World leaders out of excuses on climate change, Thunberg, youth activists say

The world's children cannot afford more empty promises at this year's United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), youth activists including Greta Thunberg said, after a UN report found ...

World leaders out of excuses on climate change, Thunberg, youth activists say

China’s project on Yarlung Tsangpo river to adversely impact Bangladesh, India: Report

Concerns are rising in the lower riparian nations regarding the impact of China projects on the Yarlung Tsangpo river, which is one of the crucial sources of freshwater for India and Bangladesh

China’s project on Yarlung Tsangpo river to adversely impact Bangladesh, India: Report

World Environment Day

Road map needed for the ecosystem

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, forests in Bangladesh decline at a rate of 2.6 per cent, double than that of the average rate globally. According to ...

Road map needed for the ecosystem

Interview: Anu Muhammad

Govt dev policy goes against environment and public interests

Anu Muhammad is a professor of the economics department at Jahangirnagar University and editor of Sarbojonkotha magazine. In a recent interview with Prothom Alo, he talked about the tree felling at ...

Govt dev policy goes against environment and public interests

Environment must be protected, accused must face law

If we are not competent enough to protect the environment in such densely populated country, it will naturally affect people’s health as well as their overall quality of life

Environment must be protected, accused must face law

World Wildlife Day

Wild animals no more safe in the wild

On 20 December 2013, the United Nations, at its 68th session of the general assembly, proclaimed 3 March the World Wildlife Day. The day was also celebrated in Bangladesh on Wednesday. However, the ...

Wild animals no more safe in the wild

Implementing dev activities to ensure conservation of Sundarbans: Minister

"By implementing development activities in the south-western part of the country, we'll be able to ensure the conservation of the Sundarbans," environment minister Md Shahab Uddin said.

Implementing dev activities to ensure conservation of Sundarbans: Minister
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