Abstract: Sundarbans mangrove forest is the largest continuous mangrove track of the world which is shared by Bangladesh and India. The Sundarbans reserved forest of Bangladesh constitutes around 51% of the country’s protected area and more than 3 million people depend on its resources. But the forest is under threats by anthropogenic interventions and climate.. Read More

Smallholder farmers’ perception to climate change impact on crop production: Case from drought prone areas of Bangladesh

  • Roy, et al.
  • 2019

Abstract Agriculture sector, due to its sensitivity, is vulnerable to climate change and it experiences several extreme climatic events such as droughts, flooding, natural catastrophes and salinity intrusion. Coping climate change events and mitigating its impacts on crop production need to assess farmers’ perception. The purpose of the study was to assess smallholder farmers’ perception.. Read More

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ABSTRACT Bangladesh is well known for its riverine network where the Inland Water Transportation is still considered as the major transportation sector. Around ten thousand of different types of registered vessels and thousands of unregistered vessels are plying in inland routes. This sector carries over 50% of cargo, 80% of fuel-oil and one quarter of.. Read More

Energy Efficiency and Energy Auditing in Bangladesh

Abstract Bangladesh is at a critical stage in its development, being now listed as a middle-income country, and looking to reach upper-middle income status by 2021. Key to this change is the expanded growth of GDP from its stable 5-6% current growth, to a 7.5 – 8% level which is seen as being integral to.. Read More


Environmental Compliance Opportunities in the Bangladeshi Ready Made Garments Industry: Lessons from the green high achievers

Bangladesh’s Ready-Made Garments (RMG) industry remains the backbone of its industrial growth in the coming decades. This paper sought to examine its environmental compliance landscape in terms of the incentives and barriers RMG entrepreneurs face. The paper in particular looked at the high achievers in greening, which includes some of the factories who have the.. Read More

Autonomy in Building Process to Adapt the Climate Change Impacts: A Study of the Coastal Settlements in Bangladesh

Abstract. Geographically located in the deltaic region, Bangladesh is an ideal breeding ground for natural disasters. Climate change has also induced significant impacts on Bangladesh, particularly for the coastal settlements, which face natural disasters of one kind or another almost every year. Alongside the huge loss of life and destruction of human settlements, different built-environmental,.. Read More


Agricultural livelihoods in coastal Bangladesh under climate and environmental change – a model framework†

Coastal Bangladesh experiences significant poverty and hazards today and is highly vulnerable to climate and environmental change over the coming decades. Coastal stakeholders are demanding information to assist in the decision making processes, including simulation models to explore how different interventions, under different plausible future socio-economic and environmental scenarios, could alleviate environmental risks and promote.. Read More

Climate induced changes of precipitation extremes over Bangladesh

Due to its geographic location and dense population, Bangladesh has been considered as one of the most vulnerable to countries considering climate change. Changes of frequency, duration and intensity of climate extremes will significantly impact human society, water resources, and ecosystems of the country. An attempt has been made to investigate possible changes of extreme.. Read More


Carbon Trading and its Impact in Bangladesh

  • , et al.
  • 2019

With the start of industrial revolution in the middle of the 19 century, carbon dioxide emissions in th our atmosphere have increased steadily and dramatically. It has a dramatic impact on our climate, both warming our climate and altering our weather with more droughts and more very extreme weather events. To control the carbon emission.. Read More

Gender dimensions of differential health effects of climate change induced water-logging: A case study from coastal Bangladesh

It is generally recognized that Bangladesh is likely to become one of the worst victims of climate change.Most of the adverse effects of climate change is anticipated to be in the form of extreme weather events, while water related hazards such as flood, drought, salinity ingress, river bank erosion, water logging, tidal bore are likely.. Read More