- December 10, 2017
There are few challenges in the world today that can match, in their magnitude of impact and urgency, that of climate change
The Paris Agreement will have been for nothing if it isn’t backed up by concrete actions
Climate experts, researchers and government officials discussed concerning issues affecting the climate change in the cities of Bangladesh.
We need real action, not ineffective negotiations
Bangladesh is already one of the most climate vulnerable nations in the world
Poor countries have suffered enough for the sins of rich nations — it is now their solemn duty to pay up and set things straight
Real action gets delayed … again
The UN’s 12-day negotiations came to an end Saturday with an agreement to hold a stocktake in 2018 of national efforts to cut fossil fuel emissions
Harjeet Singh, the global lead on climate change for ActionAid International, welcomed the leadership shown by the European powers
Parties attending COP23 in Germany expressed the need for another year to finalize the guidelines for implementing the 2015 Paris Agreement by 2020
A new gender action plan could help make that a reality in the coming years
25 large insurance companies have joined the global partnership, with an aim to reduce climate vulnerability
Dr Maruf Mallick, a research fellow at the Centre for Contemporary Concerns, has a PhD in the politics of climate change from the University of Bonn in Germany. He speaks to the Dhaka Tribune’s Abu Siddique about the nuances of climate negotiations and why it has been so difficult to implement the 2015 Paris Agreement
The Inditex Chair of Spanish Language & Culture in Bangladesh (based in Dhaka University) in partnership with Edge, The Foundation presents a thought provoking photography exhibition, which opened to the public on Thursday, November 2 at Edge Gallery and will be running till Saturday, November 18.
The time is ripe for parties at COP23 to take the next step
It is time we demand more support from the so-called advanced nations whose activities over the past few centuries have gotten us into this mess
COP23 is now more important than ever before
With COP23 underway, what can we expect?
Head of Nasa’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies until 2013, James Hansen and his 18-year-old granddaughter are suing the US government for contributing to global warming
Facts show that the Rampal power plant will be detrimental for the ecosystem in and around the Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forest in world that is home to many rare and endangered species, the protesters said