Five years ago, Dhaka Wasa announced the discovery of a natural underground water reservoir in Savar's Bhakurta.
Evidence from previous outbreaks also shows that those exposed to polluted air are more at risk
The government will give time to the tanneries for controlling the level of chromium. If any industry fails to control the chromium level, the government will shut the tanneries.
Metro-rail authorities not following directives
More than 4.7 million people were displaced due to disasters in Bangladesh between 2008 and 2014
Drizzle to light rain is likely in five divisions including Dhaka on Tuesday and Wednesday while the sky will remain partly cloudy.
We need Padma bridge but we need to check what environmental impact will be on Padma river
One crore of saplings will be planted across the country marking the birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
ADB paper predicts the climate impact 30 years from now
The foggy weather that stated on Saturday morning is likely to continue for two or three more days, said Met office.
Civil Society criticized CoP 25 Outcome as it serves polluters Interest
Bangladesh Metrological Department predicted rainfall in some parts of the country in the next 72 hours commencing at 9:00am on Tuesday.
Disagreement of developed countries on long-term financing commitment is unaccepted
The inspiration that initiated the Green Climate Fund is not fulfilled and affected countries are not getting enough funds due to its complexity in process
The government initiated the CSAIP and LDDP projects with the financial support of the World Bank to address impacts of climate change on agriculture as well as to prioritize investments to improve productivity, resilience an
Although the poaching of migratory birds is a punishable act, it is going on unabated here under the nose of the local administration and police.
CSO of Vulnerable Countries demand urgent action by developed countries to 1.50C temp goal
Bangladesh lost 577 lives, suffered economic losses to the tune of US$1.7 billion (purchasing power parity) and witnessed 151 extreme weather events during the period from 1999 to 2018
Planning Minister MA Mannan on Thursday said manmade pollution, contamination, and natural disasters pose challenges to sustainable maritime development.
Of the amount, $ 60 million will be sought from the Green Climate Fund (GCF), while the remaining $ 20 million will be co-financed by the government of Bangladesh