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Geospatial multi-criteria analysis for identifying high priority clean energy investment opportunities: A case study on land-use conflict in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a globally important emerging economy with rapidly increasing energy demand. The Bangladeshi government's primary capacity expansion plan is to install 13.3 GW of new coal by 2021, including the 1.3 GW Rampal coal power plant to be developed in the Sundarbans. Inadequate geospatial and economic information on clean energy investment opportunities are often a significant barrier for policy makers. Our study helps fill this gap by applying a new method to assess energy investment opportunities, with focus on understanding land-use conflicts, particularly important in this context.. Read more

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Observed trends in temperature and rainfall in Bangladesh using pre-whitening approach

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Understanding the trend of temperature and rainfall is of prime importance for climate change related research. This research aims to identify the trends of temperature and rainfall for the last 50 years (1966–2015) for Bangladesh. To detect the trends, the non-parametric Mann–Kendall test in combination with a trend-free pre-whitening approach for correcting the time series to eliminate the.. Read More

CLIMATE CHANGE AND ITS EFFECT ON COASTAL AREA OF BANGLADESH

Bangladesh is likely to be one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to climate change. This paper discusses the possible impacts of climate change in coastal zone of Bangladesh through tropical cyclones, storm surges, coastal erosion and sea level rise. The possible increase in cyclone frequency in the Bay of Bengal, lying south.. Read More

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CULTURAL APPROPRIATENESS OF POST SIDR HOUSING RECONSTRUCTION A CASE OF SHARANKHOLA, BAGERHAT

Abstract Bangladesh is one of the most disaster prone countries in the world. Among the natural hazards cyclones and the associated storm surges are considered as the major threat to our 710km coastal belt with around 28 million people living within the risk zone. One of the major impacts of cyclone and storm surge is.. Read More

Trends and Impacts of Different Barriers on Bangladeshi RMG Industry’s Sustainable Development

Abstract The main objective of this research is to investigate the trends and impacts of different barriers to Bangladeshi Ready-Made Garments (RMG) industry’s growth and development. The influencing factors or barriers have identified and their impact has explored in this research. The trends of identified factors have shown with their specific reasons. Data of this.. Read More

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Nitrous oxide and nitric oxide emissions from lowland rice cultivation with urea deep placement and alternate wetting and drying irrigation

Abstract Urea deep placement (UDP) and the alternate wetting and drying (AWD) irrigation method are two promising rice production technologies. However, studies on the impact of UDP under AWD irrigation on nitrous oxide (N2O) and nitric oxide (NO) emissions are limited. In this study, the effects of UDP with AWD irrigation on these emissions, nitrogen.. Read More

Bangladesh’s response to climate change refugee problem: A study on the vulnerabilities, measures and policy options.

Abstract Climate change induced human migration is a new phenomenon in the field of Migration Studies as well as Public Administration. The issue of climate change refugee and its vulnerabilities have already been observed and documented by numerous scientific and social researches globally and revealed that Bangladesh will be the worst victim. Bangladesh is currently.. Read More

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TO STUDY THE RELATION BETWEEN THE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND CLIMATE CHANGE

ABSTRACT The primary reason for the climate change in India is Global Warming. The reason for the Global warming is the effect of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide (CO2), methane(CH4) and nitrogen dioxide (N2O) in the atmosphere. At present so many public using the electrical goods for various facilities like Air Conditions, Refrigerators etc. The.. Read More

Are the Green Projects in Line with the Maqasid Shariah? An Assessment of Green Firms in Bangladesh

ABSTRACT The regulators and policy makers of Bangladesh are very much aware about the impact of climate change and pollution on the economy and quality of life of the citizens. This concern is manifested by the efforts to introduce the green banking policy and guidelines where green practices are promoted among the investors, financiers and.. Read More

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Role of Civil Society in Industrial Pollution Control: A Bangladesh Perspective

Abstract Pollution has vast impact on global warming and climate change. Therefore, leaders of developed countries along with other countries are trying to reduce pollution through initiating various laws and agreements. Consequently, Bangladesh also contributes by enacting different laws in pollution prevention. This paper investigates the role of civil society (an advanced group of people.. Read More

Urgent Need for CSR in Bangladesh with an Emphasis on Environmental Issues

ABSTRACT Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is becoming a topic of significant concern among the experts from both academia and industry all over the world. However, actual adoption of the concept in today’s business world is still sparse especially in the less developing countries including Bangladesh. Most of the businesses in Bangladesh considered philanthropic responsibility as.. Read More

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