Ahead of world refugee day, the UNICEF urges governments to strengthen protection and access to services for refugee, migrant and displaced children
The world needs “early, aggressive and sustained” government intervention to cut aviation emissions if Paris Agreement temperature goals are to be met, a think tank said Thursday
Foreign minister AK Abdul Momen has called upon the global community to share the burden of climate migrants' rehabilitation
A new international fund backed by wealthy nations aims to invest at least $500 million in protecting nature in developing countries and giving indigenous people a bigger role in conserving their ...
Narayanganj industrialised rapidly in the last 100 years owing to its strategic location on the 113 km-long Shitalakhya River
Low-lying Bangladesh is extremely vulnerable to the impacts of rising global temperatures, including more severe monsoon flooding, fiercer storms and higher sea levels
Four key climate change indicators all set new record highs in 2021, the United Nations said Wednesday, warning that the global energy system was driving humanity towards catastrophe
As more extreme weather drives worsening flooding, erosion and storms in low-lying Bangladesh, thousands of families like hers are moving to the slums of Dhaka
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said adaptation planning was already underway, including budgeting for the relocation of some communities and infrastructure away from vulnerable coastlines
State secretary and special envoy for international climate policy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Jennifer Morgan, has said that scaling up renewables like solar energy also leads to multiple ...
Bangladesh and the World Bank have signed a 120 million US dollars financing agreement to help improve the irrigated agricultural and fisheries production
Growing disasters including natural calamities are waiting for Bangladesh in the coming days. So, UN climate and other funds will have to increase for countries like Bangladesh
A landmark UN report said Monday that time had nearly run out to ensure a “liveable future” for all, detailing a horrifying “atlas of human suffering” and warning that far worse was to come