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Civil Society for global action on climate-displacement

Civil Society for global action on climate-displacement

Civil Society on Saturday urged the government to raise the demand for a precise global action to address the climate-displacement in the forthcoming Leaders’ Summit on climate.

They at a virtual seminar titled “Leaders’ Summit on Climate Change and Civil Society Expec... Read More

30th anniv of KOICA celebrated

30th anniv of KOICA celebrated

Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and KOICA Bangladesh Alumni Association (KBAA) jointly celebrated KOICA’s 30th anniversary at a city hotel on Thursday.

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KOICA celebrates 30th anniversary

KOICA celebrates 30th anniversary

Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and KOICA Bangladesh Alumni Association (KBAA) jointly celebrated KOICA’s 30th anniversary at a hotel in the capital yesterday.

The programme was held with the title “KOICA’s 30th Anniversary Celebration- Deepening Bilater... Read More

Forestlands to be reclaimed at any cost: minister

Forestlands to be reclaimed at any cost: minister

Environment, forest and climate change minister Md Shahab Uddin on Sunday said that all the illegally occupied forestlands of the country would be reclaimed at any cost.

He warned that legal actions would be taken against both the occupiers and officials who helped them in occupation. Read More

CIC to promote nature-based innovation with $2.0m in grants

CIC to promote nature-based innovation with $2.0m in grants

Nature-based innovation is needed for the resilience of communities against the threat of climate change in Bangladesh, experts observed.

They also discussed how the Climate Innovation Challenge (CIC) can best support innovators to deploy scalable and transferable tech solutions.

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'Will action to slow climate change make the world poorer?'

'Will action to slow climate change make the world poorer?'

As sea levels rise and storms grow more extreme, people living in low-lying Bangladesh face worsening floods. In response to the risks of climate change, Bangladesh’s parliament unanimously passed a motion declaring a “planetary emergency” in November 2019.

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