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EU to ratify Paris climate deal

EU to ratify Paris climate deal

Climate Change

Sat, Oct 1 2016

"This is a historic day," EU Environment Commissioner Miguel Arias Canete told a news conference, "a...

Climate pledges set to fail

Climate pledges set to fail

Climate Change

Sat, Oct 1 2016

Global temperatures are set to rise by 3 degrees Celsius by 2100, despite government commitments to curb...

Poor countries have the edge on climate...

Poor countries have the edge on climate...

Climate Change

Sat, Oct 1 2016

The developing world and emerging markets are among the most exciting places for climate policy and...

Unpacking the complexity  of climate...

Unpacking the complexity of climate...

Uncategorized

Fri, Sep 30 2016

Citizen science can be crucial in gathering climate change knowledge

Big Oil must leave the table

Big Oil must leave the table

Meraz Mostafa

Mon, Sep 26 2016

Having oil drillers at climate change discussions is akin to hiring a fox to guard a hen house

UN chief on climate change: No time...

UN chief on climate change: No time...

World

Sat, Sep 24 2016

'I am confident that, by the time I leave office, the Paris Agreement will have entered into force'

Climate change research based on Dhaka...

Climate change research based on Dhaka...

Climate Change

Sat, Sep 24 2016

The Pot Gan has proved a very effective tool to deepen engagement and understanding of the everyday realities...

Living on the edge

Living on the edge

Climate Change

Sat, Sep 17 2016

The main sufferers of climate change are the poor people

Let’s talk about mental health and climate...

Let’s talk about mental health and climate...

Climate Change

Sat, Sep 10 2016

After Cyclone Aila struck in 2009, children were seen burying dolls in clay mounds. The children would...

We can’t afford to dawdle

We can’t afford to dawdle

Palash Sanyal

Sat, Sep 10 2016

Bangladesh emits little, but faces the worst

A breakthrough in the fight against...

A breakthrough in the fight against...

Editorial

Wed, Sep 7 2016

While it is developed nations that are responsible for most greenhouse emissions, it tends to be poor...

In the face of climate change

In the face of climate change

Climate change is a problem for the whole world, but Bangladesh is particularly vulnerable

Students should raise voice against...

Students should raise voice against...

Bangladesh

Sun, Sep 4 2016

Students should raise their voice against climate change for protecting environment and biodiversity...

Transforming Dhaka into a more equitable...

Transforming Dhaka into a more equitable...

Climate Change

Sat, Sep 3 2016

We need to adapt to climate change. This is the second part of a two-part series on urban adaptation...

China ratifies Paris climate...

China ratifies Paris climate...

Climate Change

Sat, Sep 3 2016

The country is the world's largest emitter of harmful CO2 emissions, which cause climate change.

Home gardens - ensuring food security...

Home gardens - ensuring food security...

D2

Wed, Aug 31 2016

Gamini Dissanayayake has owned his vast home garden in Kandy, Sri Lanka for many generations, “paramparahs”...

Why it matters: Climate change

Why it matters: Climate change

Uncategorized

Tue, Aug 30 2016

Trump calls attempts to remedy global warming “just a very, expensive form of tax.”

Towards low-carbon sustainability

Towards low-carbon sustainability

Md Rakibul Hasan Mukul

Sat, Aug 20 2016

The United Nations’s REDD+ program will contribute to numerous SDGs

Our greenhouse problem isn’t going to...

Our greenhouse problem isn’t going to...

Climate Change

Sat, Aug 20 2016

Despite the country’s limited resources, Bangladesh is showing its resourcefulness in addressing climate...

The world’s largest human rights...

The world’s largest human rights...

Climate Change

Thu, Aug 18 2016

If denying people access to fresh water, food, health services, and proper education all violate human...

A nation underwater

A nation underwater

Saiful Islam Azad

Mon, Aug 1 2016

We need to be able to minimise risk if we want to keep the country from becoming inundated