JCI Bangladesh started afforestation in the marine drive area of Cox’s Bazar.
Without realising the importance of rivers, particularly by the government, we cannot save our rivers
The global community is preparing to celebrate the 50th World Environment Day today.
Here are some thought-provoking documentaries that can expand our knowledge on climate change and its impact to help us comprehend our duties.
The book explores our inability at the level of literature, history, and politics to grasp the scale and violence of climate change.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday urged all to plant and nurture saplings in their respective workplaces and houses in an attempt to protect the environment.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday stressed the need for increasing the use of jute products and boycotting the plastic ones as plastic has become a great threat to the environment globally.
In 2014, the United Nations Secretary General said: “There is no Plan B because we do not have a Planet B.” Since its inception in 1974, World Environment Day has grown to become a global platform for public outreach and it is now celebrated in more than 100 countries. The call to action for the World Environment Day 2018 is “Beat Plastic Pollution”. Plastic pollution is a pressing environmental concern that requires our collective action.
Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) demands for stronger implementation of law to resist illegal production, marketing and usage of plastic to prevent environment pollution.