climate refugees

What our new climate envoy can do for Bangladesh

Last month the PM Sheikh Hasina appointed Saber Hossain Chowdhury, member of parliament, as her climate envoy.

Bangladesh must advocate for legal migration opportunities for the climate-vulnerable

The young population in the coastal villages want to develop their skills and knowledge and advance their career.

Will Earth remain inhabitable after 2050?

We need visionary leaders to deal with the impending climate catastrophe.

A modern marvel? Floating city rising from the Indian Ocean

A city is rising from the Indian Ocean. The floating city large enough to house 20,000 people is being built in a turquoise lagoon – just 10 minutes by boat from Male, the Maldivian capital, CNN reports.

‘Climate-resilient’ Mongla offers new life to thousands of internally displaced

Some 150,000 people now live in Mongla – many of whom moved from villages near the Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest which straddles the border of Bangladesh and India and harbours endangered Bengal tigers.

August 9, 2023
August 9, 2023

What our new climate envoy can do for Bangladesh

Last month the PM Sheikh Hasina appointed Saber Hossain Chowdhury, member of parliament, as her climate envoy.

November 13, 2022
November 13, 2022

Bangladesh must advocate for legal migration opportunities for the climate-vulnerable

The young population in the coastal villages want to develop their skills and knowledge and advance their career.

October 21, 2022
October 21, 2022

Will Earth remain inhabitable after 2050?

We need visionary leaders to deal with the impending climate catastrophe.

June 21, 2022
June 21, 2022

A modern marvel? Floating city rising from the Indian Ocean

A city is rising from the Indian Ocean. The floating city large enough to house 20,000 people is being built in a turquoise lagoon – just 10 minutes by boat from Male, the Maldivian capital, CNN reports.

March 30, 2022
March 30, 2022

‘Climate-resilient’ Mongla offers new life to thousands of internally displaced

Some 150,000 people now live in Mongla – many of whom moved from villages near the Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest which straddles the border of Bangladesh and India and harbours endangered Bengal tigers.

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