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OP-ED: The Sundarbans: Not a tragedy...

OP-ED: The Sundarbans: Not a tragedy...

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Mon, Dec 7 2020

Profit-making ventures are destroying the organic relationship between the people and the

Researchers find microplastics on top...

Microplastics found on top of the world...

South Asia

Sat, Nov 21 2020

Up to 12 million tons of plastics are thought to enter the world's oceans every year

Newly discovered primate in Myanmar...

Newly found primate faces...

Asia Pacific

Wed, Nov 11 2020

There are more than 20 species of langur in the world, several of them critically endangered

Celebrities to lead TED global call...

Celebrities to lead TED global call...

World

Sat, Oct 10 2020

TED has a massive following for its trademark presentations in which speakers strive to give ‘the...

Analysis: Facebook letting advertisers...

Facebook letting advertisers sow climate...

North America

Thu, Oct 8 2020

The disinformation was most likely to be seen by men over 55 in rural US states, with the highest views...

Prince William launches most prestigious...

Prince William launches most prestigious...

Europe

Thu, Oct 8 2020

The jury will include a host of high-profile global figures, including Queen Rania of Jordan, Australian...

Canada to ban single-use plastics by...

Canada to ban single-use plastics by...

North America

Thu, Oct 8 2020

Canadians throw away three million tons of plastic waste each year, including 15 billion bags annually,...

14 million tons of microplastics on...

14 million tons of microplastics on...

World

Wed, Oct 7 2020

The scientists said areas with more floating rubbish generally had more microplastic fragments on the...

Scientists detect mass death of sea...

Scientists detect mass death of sea...

Europe

Wed, Oct 7 2020

Kamchatka, renowned for its spectacular scenery and live volcanoes, teems with wildlife including brown...

Tasmanian Devils set paw on mainland...

Tasmanian Devils reintroduced into Australian...

Oceania

Tue, Oct 6 2020

Tasmanian Devils were wiped out from the mainland after being hunted by dingoes, a pack animal, and have...

India sends team to Mauritius to assist...

India sends team to Mauritius to assist...

South Asia

Sun, Aug 16 2020

The oil spill spread over a vast area of endangered corals, fish and other marine life in what some scientists...

Urban housing for the poor: Is vertical...

Urban housing for the poor: Is vertical...

Climate Change

Mon, Dec 9 2019

Learnings from the fourth Annual National Conference on Urban Resilience to Climate Change 2019

Protecting the ecosystem

Protecting the ecosystem

Editorial

Tue, Sep 10 2019

Development cannot come at the cost of our natural ecosystem

More than just a symbol

More than just a symbol

Editorial

Thu, May 23 2019

The primary threats to Bengal tigers are poaching and the expansion of human settlements into tiger...

Let the children play

Let the children play

Editorial

Sun, Feb 3 2019

Research has consistently shown how open spaces improve both the psychological and physical health of...

HC: Respect environment when constructing...

HC: Respect environment when constructing...

Court

Mon, Dec 3 2018

Both the areas are considered to be critical to the ecology

A wild photo shoot: Posing with a 14-foot-long...

A wild photo shoot: Posing with a 14-foot-long...

D2

Tue, Aug 7 2018

The young wildlife ecologist believes the alligator has the personality of a puppy

It’s happening right now

It’s happening right now

Shooha Tabil

Mon, Jan 22 2018

Climate change is not a matter we can afford to put off

Taking the lead on green growth

Taking the lead on green growth

Suvojit Chattopadhyay

Thu, Jan 11 2018

Bangladesh has what it takes to influence this global movement

Transforming the chars

Transforming the chars

Editorial

Sun, Nov 5 2017

What we need now, more than ever, is to allow projects such as the CDSP to flourish