Bangladesh must manage, dispose, and recycle responsibly
Sustainable development cannot come at the cost of destroying our environment
How Dhaka’s drainage and natural hydrology can be improved
How air pollution reduces quality of life
Wetlands are a national heritage, and we need appropriate policies to preserve them
The two city councils of Dhaka so far have not done a satisfactory job of addressing the air pollution...
Proper disposal and recycling of waste oil has become a necessity
Elaborate plans and projects that can reduce pollution in Bangladesh. This is the second part of a four-part...
Corruption and a lack of resources act as major obstacles in the fight against climate change
Considering the current scenario, environmentalists and experts have said that the reduced number of...
How we are hurting our eco-system
In some parts of Delhi, pollution levels hit 654 on Monday, among the worst recorded this year, and visibility...
New amendments to the existing law make it easier to obtain brick kiln production licenses
Continuing to rely on traditional bricks could have a serious, damaging impact on our economy
Sometimes the chaos of urban life is good for your creativity
The Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology also said that changes in the speed and direction of the...
Safe drinking water should be treated as a basic human right
Dhaka has long been branded as the least liveable city by different local and international bodies due...
Under the proposal, overwhelmingly backed by the European Parliament, 10 single-use plastic products...
Responding to the letters, the prime minister’s personal secretary has written to the Department...
There is much to learn from Bhutan
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