A thorough and strategic approach is required to defend against the recurrent floods and climatic disasters Bangladesh faces.
We cannot continue to allow wealthy countries to externalise the damage of their pollution spree.
This new initiative aims to support both governments and civil societies in the vulnerable countries to enhance their knowledge of and responses to the adverse impacts of human-induced climate change.
Public financing from developed countries will never be sufficient.
The estimates of the total losses and damages run into many trillions of US dollars.
There has been a wave of climate change policies in recent years, but unfortunately, implementation efforts have remained fragmented.
Poverty rates in recent years have demonstrated an impressive steady improvement in Bangladesh.
On November 2, the government made the long-awaited National Adaptation Plan of Bangladesh (2023-2050) public.