The developing world and emerging markets are among the most exciting places for climate policy and...
Citizen science can be crucial in gathering climate change knowledge
Having oil drillers at climate change discussions is akin to hiring a fox to guard a hen house
'I am confident that, by the time I leave office, the Paris Agreement will have entered into force'
The Pot Gan has proved a very effective tool to deepen engagement and understanding of the everyday realities...
The main sufferers of climate change are the poor people
After Cyclone Aila struck in 2009, children were seen burying dolls in clay mounds. The children would...
Bangladesh emits little, but faces the worst
While it is developed nations that are responsible for most greenhouse emissions, it tends to be poor...
Climate change is a problem for the whole world, but Bangladesh is particularly vulnerable
Students should raise their voice against climate change for protecting environment and biodiversity...
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The country is the world's largest emitter of harmful CO2 emissions, which cause climate change.
Gamini Dissanayayake has owned his vast home garden in Kandy, Sri Lanka for many generations, “paramparahs”...
Trump calls attempts to remedy global warming “just a very, expensive form of tax.”
The United Nations’s REDD+ program will contribute to numerous SDGs
Despite the country’s limited resources, Bangladesh is showing its resourcefulness in addressing climate...
If denying people access to fresh water, food, health services, and proper education all violate human...
We need to be able to minimise risk if we want to keep the country from becoming inundated
Let us collectively say ‘no’ to the Rampal power plant
If it puts millions of lives at stake, what else should we call it?
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