The seven-day conference was a platform for local leaders of LLA from over 30 countries.
Such strategic funding would not only benefit Bangladesh but also the UK, and indeed many other countries as well.
In the present era of climate change, mangrove ecosystems have been silently acting as our climate guardian
The young population in the coastal villages want to develop their skills and knowledge and advance their career.
More investment is needed in research work to understand the dynamics and impact of loss and damage in climate-vulnerable communities.
Locally-led approaches are community-focused but differs from our traditional practice in several ways, and are more effective.
The World Bank recently published a thorough analysis of various adverse impacts of human-induced climate change that are going to hit the coastal districts of Bangladesh.
The streets of rural Bangladesh should value the safety and wellbeing of its users.