Transforming waste to resource
It is unacceptable that authorities continue to be so negligent
Our city corporations cannot dodge blame
The tax-payer should not be the one paying for the rampant corruption that is embedded within the...
Without a functional waste management system, a hazardous industry like shipbreaking poses huge risks...
Towards a mechanism for monitoring environmental pollution
We need to think about future generations
Proper management of e-waste is necessary to prevent health and safety hazards
Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh is growing fast in terms of population while facilities needed...
Why can’t we do a better job of planning our cities?
Under the proposal, single-use plastic products with readily available alternatives will be banned and...
Taking care of our environment is an important part of our spiritual growth
How you can start saving the environment from this Earth Day
Because of a lack of dustbins, the problem of littering persists
Urban waste management is a challenge for Dhaka authorities. Two separate city corporations were formed...
Plastic products are everywhere around us. Water bottles, food packets, cellphones, computers, microwave...
'In Bangladesh’s urban areas, there are around 400,000 people who survive by collecting, storing and...
The exposure of waste affects those at the bottom of the pyramid most as they know details of waste but...
How can we manage Dhaka’s overwhelming waste problem?
Wastes are often seen dumped at various points in the city corporation
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