Public financing from developed countries will never be sufficient.
At a minimum, we must set a goal of ecological literacy for all our students at the tertiary level.
One reason behind the lack of progress on L&D is that it has no agreed definition yet.
Bangladesh is regarded globally as one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change impacts.
The 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) ended on November 13, 2021, a day after the scheduled date of closing.
The recently-published report of Working Group-I of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is a renewed wakeup call on the urgency of taking action at the global level to address climate change.
The title of this article has been borrowed from an on-line discussion organised by the Policy Research Institute on June 20, 2021. I was a panelist at the event, which some current and former World Bank officials had participated in, together with most of the famous environmental experts of Bangladesh.
What will Bangladesh look like in 2050? A layman’s projection allows us to draw a picture of its basic parameters. In terms of population, Bangladesh can reach a number of 230-240 million, with an average growth rate of 1.2 percent/year.