- February 20, 2017
We need to put an end to the refugee crisisAn innocent three-year-old boy named Alan Kurdi died along with his older brother, five-year-old Ghalib, in the Mediterranean Sea near Bodrum, Turkey on September 2. On the same day, the photograph of Alan’s dead body made an appearance on social network, Western newspapers, online media, and eventually spread throughout the whole world like wild-fire.READ MORE
The coal-based Rampal Power Plant near the Sundarbans is dangerous for the ecology, the environment, and people’s livelihoodsToday is World Environment Day.
Protecting the environment from pollution is essential for all species of the world, including human beings. Every country in the world observes this day widely to create mass awareness to protect nature, the ecology, and the environment.READ MORE
Dhaka is one of the densest and most polluted cities in the world. As the urban population surges, the city struggles to cope with the changes due to internal constraints and management limitations. Its air, water, land, sound — all are polluted. Horrible traffic jams are also common.READ MORE
1 billion people around the world still do not have access to toilets, and are forced to go out in the openToday is World Toilet Day. The theme this year is “Equity and Dignity.” World Toilet Day has been celebrated globally since 2001 by the World Toilet Organisation. The organisation is based in Singapore and now has a worldwide network which includes Bangladesh. The United Nations approved this day as a UN Official Day last year.READ MORE