Abul Bashar Rahman has been eager to learn about the environment since his school days. As he started studying economics at the British Columbia University of Canada three years ago, he went in-depth into the matter. He found out how massive industrialisation in the global North was mostly respo
A unit of Green Textile Limited of Bangladesh topped the list of eco-friendly factories in February this year.
In Sylhet's Hakaluki Haor, some poachers are killing migratory birds using traps and poison. The birds are then sold to various local markets.
About two lakh citizens live in Pabna municipal area but without a proper waste management system. Although upgraded to a first-class municipality in 1989, all the waste in the city is still being dumped under the open sky. This is resulting in a public health hazard in the town.
Severe river erosion following the floods has affected five upazilas in Sirajganj. During this monsoon, around a thousand families have lost their homes.
Will we be able to handle it if the flood situation worsens further?
It has become the norm in Mathorpara village of Gaibandha that a tree is planted immediately after the birth of a child. Villeger Gopal Chandra is behind this wonderful initiative.
We're witnessing unexpected changes in the global climate following global warming. What are the risks for Bangladesh? How severe are they?