Bangladesh is going to face a great environmental disaster due to the government’s move to set up 29 coal-fired power plants across the country in the next few years
The oceans will be even more crucial for global food security, poverty reduction, international transport, and efforts to address climate change and the environment
Climate change threatens child nutrition
Greenpeace campaigners have boarded two Royal Dutch Shell oil platforms in a protest against leaving parts of old rigs in the North Sea, the environmental group said Monday.
Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) today predicted rain or thundershowers at many parts of the country in the next 24 hours commencing at 9 am today
Found underground in cracks in soil, sand and rock, groundwater is the largest useable source of freshwater on the planet and more than two billion people rely on it to drink or irrigate crops
“The young students can make a difference toward the direction by turning tree plantation into a long-term social movement to save the planet from the wraths of changing climate and keep it habitable for future generations,”
The Department of Environment also raised concerns about the existing waste management system which creates environmental risks
India and China are forcing Bangladesh government to establish coal-based power plants though they are not interested to launch such projects in their own countries
Britain has officially had its hottest day on record.
LGRD and Cooperatives Minister Md Tajul Islam today said stern action would be taken if any industry releases its wastes into rivers without filtration.
By any measure, GARBAGEMAN is a maverick enterprise. It recycles waste into resources, a process known as upcycling, to save the environment.
Most parts of the country are likely to experience light to moderate rain or thunder showers in the next 24 hours till 9 am tomorrow, a met forecast said.
Maritime ports of Chattogram, Cox's Bazar, Mongla and Payra have been advised to lower signal as squally weather is unlikely over the maritime ports, North Bay and adjoining coastal areas of Bangladesh
Monsoon is fairly active over Bangladesh and weak to moderate elsewhere over North Bay, said a Met office release here today.
President M Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today greeted recipients of ‘Prime Ministers National Award for Tree Plantation-2018’ and ‘Bangabandhu Award for Wildlife Conservation-2019’ and those, who are enjoying
A light rain drenched the capital on Saturday morning, the first day of Bangla month of Ashar, offering city dwellers a big relief from scorching heat.
A project that pioneers floating houses in Bangladesh has won the prestigious RISK Award 2019.
Kaptai Lake, the biggest manmade lake in Bangladesh, is heading for a tragic end as sediments fill up its bottom and waste materials continue to pollute it every day.
The ministries concerned on Tuesday placed a set of proposals, including establishing more shelter centres, strengthening the existing ones and water embankments, for building resilience to natural disasters like the recent s