Md. Muslem Uddin Miah

Assessing Long-term Impacts of Vulnerabilities on Crop Production Due to Climate Change in the Coastal Areas of Bangladesh

People living in different coastal areas of Bangladesh have been suffering from lack of food security. There are many reasons behind that such as lower crop productivity and less cropping intensity due to increased salinity, increased incidences of pests & diseases, erratic rainfall, higher temperature, drought, tidal surges, cyclone, submergence,large fallow lands/water bodies, land degradation,.. Read More

Field Testing of Innovative Farming Practices Related to Climate Change in Vulnerable Areas

Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies (BCAS) and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) signed an MOU in December 04, 2007 for 24 months to implement a project “Field Testing of Innovative Farming Practices Related to Climate Change in the Vulnerable Areas of Bangladesh” under UNEP/APFED Showcase Programme Funding. The main objective of the project was to identify and document innovative.. Read More