In captivity, the giant tortoises can easily live to more than 100 years
Towards a mechanism for monitoring environmental pollution
Bangladesh must manage, dispose, and recycle responsibly
River encroachment continues unabated, and no long-term positive change is seen
Wetlands are a national heritage, and we need appropriate policies to preserve them
Corruption and a lack of resources act as major obstacles in the fight against climate change
How we are hurting our eco-system
Govt survey finds people unaware of sound pollution rules, regulations
Despite the government’s steps to shut kilns down, influential kiln owners have kept them...
Emmanuel Macron’s carbon tax sparked gilets jaunes protests, but popular climate policy is...
Why are factories still allowed to use our rivers as their personal trash cans?
We need to think about future generations
The population of wild reindeer in the Arctic has crashed by more than half, according to a new report...
M Ziaul Haque, Director of the Department of Environment and key negotiator of the Bangladesh delegation...
Continuing to rely on traditional bricks could have a serious, damaging impact on our economy
When it comes to protecting the environment, Bangladesh fails badly
Both the areas are considered to be critical to the ecology
UNEP said annual greenhouse gas emissions reached a record high of 53.5 billion tons in 2017 after three...
Over the last 6,000 years, the surface of our planet has undergone a sudden change.
The government has taken steps to introduce waste management system wherever any industry is set up,...
Dhaka has long been branded as the least liveable city by different local and international bodies due...
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