Md. Danesh Miah

Implications of biomass energy and traditional burning technology in Bangladesh

Globally, biomass contributes to the largest share to primary energy supply in developing countries, Bangladesh in particular. The major use of this biomass energy is for domestic cooking in the rural areas. As the climate change mitigation response option, the sustainable production of biomass and its supply for primary and secondary energy along with the.. Read More

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Carbon Sequestration in the Forests of Bangladesh

Bangladesh has huge degraded forestlands which can be reforested by the CDM projects. To realize the potential of the forestry sector in developing countries for full-scale emission mitigation, understanding carbon sequestration potential of different species in different types of plantations are important. This chapter deals with carbon sequestrating potentials of the A/R activities with the.. Read More

Climate Change Mitigation by the Forestry Options in Bangladesh – A Synthesis

Understanding the background of climate change along with its causes, consequences, and responses of the global community is important for climate change mitigation. This chapter attempts to construct a theoretical framework on how climate change disrupts the human and ecological systems and how forest land use mitigates this. As a global response to the climate.. Read More

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forests to climate change mitigation

Forests to Climate Change Mitigation: Clean Development Mechanism in Bangladesh

The general purpose of the study is to find out the means and ways to contribute efficiently to reducing global warming through the forestry options in Bangladesh with the implications of CDM. The specific objectives are: to find out the climate change mitigation options for the forestry sector; to find out the options of biomass.. Read More

A review of the environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis for deforestation policy in Bangladesh

Deforestation in the tropical developing countries is the critical environmental concern to ecologists and environmentalists. Environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC) hypothesis is critical to understanding the development path of a nation in relevance to its environment. The dictation of national economic growth to deforestation can be found through the study of EKC. To understand the EKC.. Read More

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New Forests

Forest biomass and bioenergy production and the role of CDM in Bangladesh

The use of forest biomass as a renewable energy source has received much attention as a response to climate change and the increasing global demands for energy. Local availability and conversion into secondary energy carriers with a lower capital investment shows more weights on its interests. The substitution of fossil fuel by biomass fuel can.. Read More

Global observation of EKC hypothesis for CO2, SOx and NOx emission: A policy understanding for climate change mitigation in Bangladesh

Environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC) hypothesis is critical to understanding the developmental path of a nation in relation to its environment. How the effects of economic development processes dictate environmental changes can be found through the study of EKC. To understand the EKC phenomena for climate change, this study was undertaken by reviewing the available literature… Read More

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Major climate-change issues covered by the daily newspapers of Bangladesh

Communications research scholars, political scientists, and policy analysts have significantly recognized the role of news media in reporting and portraying public issues. Nowadays, climate change is an important global environmental concern for the world communities. Study on the media coverage of climate-change issues is vitally important to know the present situation of both the global.. Read More