Environmental Justice

Environmental Justice

Another dead dolphin found floating in Chattogram canal

Locals on Thursday found a dead dolphin floating in the Chandaria Canal at Boalkhali upazila of Chattogram

Another dead dolphin found floating in Chattogram canal

Japan's Sumitomo shareholders reject climate change resolution

Sumitomo Corp shareholders on Friday defeated a resolution requiring the Japanese trading house to align its business with international targets on climate change, in a vote at their annual general ...

Japan's Sumitomo shareholders reject climate change resolution

Village makes it mandatory for newlyweds to plant tree

In a new initiative for eco-conservation, the residents of a village in Kaushambhi district of Uttar Pradesh have made it mandatory for every newly wedded couple to plant a tre

Village makes it mandatory for newlyweds to plant tree

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

Sundarbans submerged after Cyclone Yaas

The Forest department said this year Cyclone Yaas submerged the largest area of Sundarbans in the last 14 years.

Sundarbans submerged after Cyclone Yaas

HC adjourns hearing on Suhrawardy Udyan tree cutting for four weeks

A High Court bench on Thursday adjourned for four weeks the writ hearing on tree cutting at historical Suhrawardy Udyan

HC adjourns hearing on Suhrawardy Udyan tree cutting for four weeks

99 of 100 cities most at risk environmentally in Asia

Of the 100 cities worldwide most vulnerable to environmental hazards all but one are in Asia, and four-fifths are in India or China, according to a risk assessment

99 of 100 cities most at risk environmentally in Asia

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

Don't fell trees for restaurants and other establishments at Suhrawardy Udyan

Trees at Suhrawardy Udyan are being felled indiscriminately to give way for restaurants and other structures.

Don't fell trees for restaurants and other establishments at Suhrawardy Udyan

No record of how many trees being felled at Suhrawardy Udyan

Each large city requires a green space equaling 20 per cent of its total area while Dhaka city has 2 per cent and Old Dhaka 5 per cent

No record of how many trees being felled at Suhrawardy Udyan
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