Garbage disposal and waste management in the city have historically been sub-par
Why are factories still allowed to use our rivers as their personal trash cans?
There is a place for plastics in a circular economy
In a country where there are hungry mouths in every corner, food waste is shameful
Around 60,000 to 70,000 pieces of omasum are now exported to China through Thailand, Hong Kong, and Vietnam...
The World Bank in a report says losing this much working hours daily is costing the economy billions...
A traditional Bangladeshi wedding is a multi-course meal, with heaps upon heaps of decadent Subcontinental...
More than eight million tons of plastic are dumped into the world's oceans every year, and concern is...
Failing to protect the environmental integrity of our country is a shame shared by us all
To save our rivers, the government must act urgently
Haphazard dumping of such waste poses immense risks to the health and safety of citizens
Urban waste management is a challenge for Dhaka authorities. Two separate city corporations were formed...
The world produces enough food, but millions still go hungry every day
Most of the city corporations want their own waste-based power plant
Approximately 60–70% of waste produced in urban areas is organic, while the rest is inorganic, reads...
Our cities are rushing into the digital world, but are we prepared?
This is a trick. The project can be called “Give The Waste,Take The Money,” the court's executive magistrate...
The bulk of the waste has remained there for the last five months as no authority has taken any initiative...
Here are six, easy ways you can end your part in wasting this valuable, natural resource
Enough is enough -- it is time for the city corporation to live up to its promises and step up
We have made mistakes in the way we have treated our rivers so far. Let us not continue to make those...
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