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Adapting to renewables

Adapting to renewables

Tribune Climate

Fri, Aug 11 2017

Bangladesh has pledged to move towards 100% renewable energy by 2050

Solar-ready Bangladesh

Solar-ready Bangladesh

Tribune Climate

Fri, Aug 11 2017

Bangladesh needs to avoid locking itself into decades of imported fossil fuel generation technology that...

Climate Tribune, Issue 7

Climate Tribune, Issue 7

Tribune Climate

Fri, Aug 11 2017

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CBA conference in Uganda shows the...

CBA conference in Uganda shows the...

Tribune Climate

Thu, Jul 13 2017

At CBA11 in Uganda, there were a number of participants from Bangladesh including from BRAC, Transparency...

Staring into the eye of the storm

Staring into the eye of the storm

Tribune Climate

Wed, Jul 12 2017

To be perfectly honest, not many Americans know much about Bangladesh, and if they do, it’s because they’ve...

The missing links

The missing links

Tribune Climate

Wed, Jul 12 2017

Let us believe resonation of localisation will become meaningful for communities rather than being confined...

Community-led adaptation: Myth or...

Community-led adaptation: Myth or...

Tribune Climate

Wed, Jul 12 2017

Smallholder farmers have much experience of adapting to their complex, diverse, and risk-prone...

Linking policy and practices of CBA...

Linking policy and practices of CBA...

Tribune Climate

Wed, Jul 12 2017

Implementing authorities need to make sure that adaptation activities do not inadvertently worsen the...

Sending the wrong signals

Sending the wrong signals

Tribune Climate

Wed, Jul 12 2017

India to add 8.8GW in new solar capacity this year will overtake Japan as the third largest solar market...

Climate Tribune, Issue 6

Climate Tribune, Issue 6

Tribune Climate

Wed, Jul 12 2017

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How deforestation damaged water sources...

How deforestation damaged water sources...

Tribune Climate

Thu, Jun 8 2017

Siam Nem Bom, a 56-year-old woman who moved with her husband and three daughters, now have to go out...

For the love of nature

For the love of nature

Tribune Climate

Thu, Jun 8 2017

The people of Bangladesh are culturally and historically very well attuned to connecting and living with...

Enabling community based adaptation...

Enabling community based adaptation...

Tribune Climate

Thu, Jun 8 2017

Choto Lobongola is just one of 53 conflict case studies in 43 locations in Bangladesh which, with a further...

Clean energy for green environment

Clean energy for green environment

Tribune Climate

Thu, Jun 8 2017

Clean energy will ensure the achievement of SDG3 that has emphasised on ensuring healthy lives and promote...

Climate Tribune, Issue 5

Climate Tribune, Issue 5

Tribune Supplements

Thu, Jun 8 2017

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Conserve nature, revive the planet

Conserve nature, revive the planet

Tribune Climate

Wed, Jun 7 2017

We should consider for a conservative approach to make a balance between rapid infrastructure based development,...

Let’s renew our commitment

Let’s renew our commitment

Tribune Climate

Wed, Jun 7 2017

The Paris Agreement on Climate Change made in 2015 was a key moment for the world and created some hopes...

The humanitarian cost of disasters

The humanitarian cost of disasters

Tribune Climate

Wed, May 10 2017

It is important to note that battling flash floods using permanent structures is likely to be less fruitful...

Policy Approaches to Loss and...

Policy Approaches to Loss and...

Tribune Climate

Wed, May 10 2017

This brief article does not use any data and information due to the absence of appropriate tools and...

Bringing people to the front line against...

Bringing people to the front line against...

Tribune Climate

Wed, May 10 2017

For protecting our natural forests and forest biodiversity resources, we have to take urgent actions...

Four questions on climate change and...

Four questions on climate change and...

Tribune Climate

Wed, May 10 2017

A good portion of migrants move to Dhaka because their houses were lost to coastal erosion