The observance of Wold Environment Day (WED) began in 1972 after it was declared by the United Nations.
The Ministry of Environment and Forests and the Department of Environment has included the cold storages in ‘Green Category’ under the Bangladesh Environment Conservation Act to enable the entrepreneurs to contribute more to
Experts at a seminar on Sunday demanded an increase of 5.0 per cent in the budgetary allocation every year to help cope with the impacts of climate change. They also called on the government to allocate more funds for researc
Almost 700,000 refugees have arrived in Cox's Bazar from Myanmar since late August 2017
The river ports across the country have been asked to hoist local cautionary signal no. 1 (One)
The incidents occurred when workers were cutting hill in Ghumdhum area of the upazila at noon
Research undertaken in South Africa's Kruger National Park (KNP) has shown that increasing frequency of cyclone-driven extreme floods is responsible for destroying some of the world's most sensitive and valuable riverine habi
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged the international community for inclusion of the persons with disabilities in the development and disaster risk management process. Bangladesh did it...we want all to do that
More than 100 experts from 33 countries will gather in Dhaka on Tuesday
MoEF henceforth 'Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change'
Only two-thirds of rural homes in Bangladesh have access to grid electricity
7 were killed in separate incidents of tree fallings and wall collapses at different areas
The United Nations says an additional round of global climate talks is being scheduled for September ahead of the annual ministerial summit at the end of the year
Clouds completely overshadowed on the Dhaka sky around 11:00am. Suddenly, it turned into an almost invisible darkness. The skies started clearing at 11:25am and things came back to normal some time later.
300 people died in lightning strikes a year in Bangladesh due to thunderstorms
Lightning strikes in Sunamganj, Netrakona, Kishoreganj, Habiganj dists
Domestic and international tourism account for 8pc of greenhouse gas emissions
90 percent of deaths linked to air pollution occur in low- or middle-income countries
A nor’wester accompanied by heavy rain and thunderstorm swept the capital in the morning
Rain accompanied by gusty wind lashed the capital again on Monday morning