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Google Earth's timelapse feature puts...

Google Earth's timelapse feature puts...

World

Sat, Apr 17 2021

The feature shows the change in coastlines, sprawling expansion of cityscapes and agricultural lands,...

CSOs: Bangladesh should lead countries...

Bangladesh should lead countries to...

Bangladesh

Fri, Apr 16 2021

The organizations called on Bangladesh to make a difference in the participation of countries around...

UK lauds Hasina's leadership on climate...

UK lauds Hasina's leadership on climate...

Climate Change

Wed, Apr 14 2021

‘Keep Bangladesh out of red list based on factual evidence'

OP-ED: Clearing the air

OP-ED: Clearing the air

Umran Chowdhury

Fri, Apr 9 2021

Why Bangladesh needs to be more pro-active about reducing air pollution

Biodiversity 'hot spots' devastated...

Biodiversity 'hot spots' devastated...

World

Fri, Apr 9 2021

These hot spots are nearly three times as likely to suffer losses due to climate change than more widespread...

Polar bears forced to forage eggs as...

Polar bears forced to forage eggs as...

World

Wed, Apr 7 2021

The Arctic is warming twice as fast as the planet which leading dwindling sea ice, cutting short the...

Climate change driving marine species...

Climate change driving marine species...

World

Tue, Apr 6 2021

A ‘Nature’ article estimated that the tropical fish stocks would decline 40% by mid-century...

Climate change set to emerge as key...

Climate change set to emerge as key...

Bangladesh

Sun, Apr 4 2021

Experts call for greater US role in Myanmar

OP-ED: The next 50 years

OP-ED: The next 50 years

Ekram Kabir

Fri, Apr 2 2021

What will Bangladesh look like in 2071?

Kyoto's earliest cherry blooms in 1,200...

Kyoto's earliest cherry blooms in 1,200...

World

Thu, Apr 1 2021

The earlier flowering times of species such as cherry blossoms often pointed to global warming

Economists: Climate change will deepen...

'Climate change will deepen global...

Climate Change

Tue, Mar 30 2021

The projected economic damage due to climate change is estimated to reach $1.7T per year by 2025

ED: Untapped opportunities

ED: Untapped opportunities

Editorial

Sun, Mar 28 2021

Covid-19 has also taken global attention away from the climate change crisis, which is only getting...

Climate change set to drive more deadly...

Climate change set to drive more deadly...

South Asia

Thu, Mar 25 2021

The threat could be halved if the world meets the goal set under Paris agreement to limit warming to...

Forests, soil may not keep pace with...

Forests, soil may not keep pace with...

World

Thu, Mar 25 2021

Earth's terrestrial ecosystems consistently absorbing some 30% of CO2 emissions even as those emissions...

Scientists: Warming drives fundamental...

Scientists: Warming drives fundamental...

World

Thu, Mar 25 2021

Climate change has disrupted ocean mixing, a process that helps store away most of the world's excess...

OP-ED: 50 years on, what are our...

OP-ED: 50 years on, what are our...

Mazher Mir

Sun, Mar 21 2021

As we develop and prosper, it would be unwise to ignore the looming threat of climate change

Mauritian climate activist holds underwater...

Mauritian climate activist holds underwater...

Africa

Fri, Mar 19 2021

The world is losing some 7% of its seagrass cover per year due to dredging, rising ocean temperatures...

Swedish minister happy with Bangladesh’s...

BD’s use of climate related support...

Foreign Affairs

Fri, Mar 19 2021

‘Climate-adaptive livelihoods are reducing climate migration which will have long term positive...

Report: Over 10m displaced by climate...

Report: Over 10m displaced by climate...

World

Wed, Mar 17 2021

About 2.3 million others were displaced by conflict in the same period

Deb Haaland becomes first-ever Native...

Deb Haaland becomes first Native American...

North America

Tue, Mar 16 2021

Ahead of her confirmation, Haaland pledged to 'be fierce' for all Americans, vowing to advance...

OP-ED: Sustainable Development Goals...

OP-ED: Sustainable Development Goals...

Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana

Tue, Mar 16 2021

The region must urgently reverse its regressing trends