deforestation

We must abandon our ecocidal mindset

The relentless deforestation happening across Bangladesh persists unchecked

World Tourism Day / Mountain tourism: Balancing beauty and ecology

Mountain tourism must embrace an eco-friendly and community-centric approach.

#Perspective / Understanding climate change: Causes, effects, and solutions

Climate change is a phenomenon that impacts everyone on earth. Although some might think of climate change as something that will affect us in the future, it is an ongoing process and we are already seeing its effects. Ecosystems and people across the globe are being heavily impacted by it. Ever wondered why the weather has been going haywire recently? Or why more and more of the arctic region is melting away?

International Day of Forests / How forestry projects destroy forests

Though eucalyptus was eradicated from the public forest land, social forestry continues at a very high cost to natural ecosystems.

What's the link between global heating and extreme weather?

Heavy snowfall und subzero temperatures have wreaked havoc on the United States this holiday season. Deutsche Welle takes a closer look at how this and other types of extreme weather link back to climate change.

Conservation science has moved on. We, too, must adapt and change.

The threats resulting from climate warming and loss of nature are no longer theoretical, but a brutal reality.

Cox’s Bazar forests in grave danger

The critical biodiversity areas in Cox’s Bazar -- Teknaf Wildlife Sanctuary, Himchhari National Park and Inani National Park -- face a grave risk of peril due to high level of human interventions following the Rohingya influx, according to two recent studies.

Hands off protected forestland

It is difficult to imagine a recent move by the public administration ministry to get allocation of 700 acres of protected forestland in

Owner held for burning trees in brick kiln

Law enforcers arrested a brickfield owner on Wednesday for baking bricks allegedly using forest trees at his kiln in Muktagachha upazila of the district.

May 27, 2024
May 27, 2024

We must abandon our ecocidal mindset

The relentless deforestation happening across Bangladesh persists unchecked

September 27, 2023
September 27, 2023

Mountain tourism: Balancing beauty and ecology

Mountain tourism must embrace an eco-friendly and community-centric approach.

June 14, 2023
June 14, 2023

Understanding climate change: Causes, effects, and solutions

Climate change is a phenomenon that impacts everyone on earth. Although some might think of climate change as something that will affect us in the future, it is an ongoing process and we are already seeing its effects. Ecosystems and people across the globe are being heavily impacted by it. Ever wondered why the weather has been going haywire recently? Or why more and more of the arctic region is melting away?

March 21, 2023
March 21, 2023

How forestry projects destroy forests

Though eucalyptus was eradicated from the public forest land, social forestry continues at a very high cost to natural ecosystems.

December 31, 2022
December 31, 2022

What's the link between global heating and extreme weather?

Heavy snowfall und subzero temperatures have wreaked havoc on the United States this holiday season. Deutsche Welle takes a closer look at how this and other types of extreme weather link back to climate change.

November 6, 2022
November 6, 2022

Conservation science has moved on. We, too, must adapt and change.

The threats resulting from climate warming and loss of nature are no longer theoretical, but a brutal reality.

April 19, 2019
April 19, 2019

Cox’s Bazar forests in grave danger

The critical biodiversity areas in Cox’s Bazar -- Teknaf Wildlife Sanctuary, Himchhari National Park and Inani National Park -- face a grave risk of peril due to high level of human interventions following the Rohingya influx, according to two recent studies.

April 13, 2019
April 13, 2019

Hands off protected forestland

It is difficult to imagine a recent move by the public administration ministry to get allocation of 700 acres of protected forestland in

April 12, 2019
April 12, 2019

Owner held for burning trees in brick kiln

Law enforcers arrested a brickfield owner on Wednesday for baking bricks allegedly using forest trees at his kiln in Muktagachha upazila of the district.

March 14, 2019
March 14, 2019

Forests are no one's property to destroy at will

Worrying developments have been reported in the remote forests of Bhola's Manpura Island where trees are being cut down indiscriminately to fuel brick kilns or for other purposes.

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