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One-fourth of Bangladesh wildlife under threat

One-fourth of Bangladesh wildlife under threat

Bangladesh celebrates World Wildlife Day today keeping one-fourth of the total of its wildlife under the threatened category while rapid destruction of their habitats continues. 

The forestry and wildlife experts said that 31 species of wildlife disappeared in the past 100 years in... Read More

World Wildlife Day observed

World Wildlife Day observed

The Bangladesh Forest Department arranged a seminar to observe World Wildlife Day at its headquarters in Dhaka’s Agargaon, on Tuesday.

At the seminar, Environment, Forest and Climate Change Minister Md Shahab Uddin said an act (draft of Zoo Act) that is harmful for wildlife should... Read More

Cop 25: Returnee delegates frustrated over Green Climate Fund

Cop 25: Returnee delegates frustrated over Green Climate Fund

The Bangladesh delegation has expressed its frustration over the Green Climate Fund (GCF) after returning from Madrid. 

The 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP25, is the 25th United Nations Climate Change conference. It was held in Madrid, Spain, from D... Read More

Whopping 48 sixes, 70 fours in Bangladesh cricket run-fest

Whopping 48 sixes, 70 fours in Bangladesh cricket run-fest

Batsmen hit a staggering 48 sixes and 70 fours in a Bangladesh second division 50-over match in which a combined 818 runs were scored.

North Bengal Cricket Academy won by 46 runs after they racked up 432-4 and restricted Talent Hunt Cricket Academy to a relatively meagre 386-7 at City C... Read More

Madrid talks could fail Paris Agreement, warn experts

Madrid talks could fail Paris Agreement, warn experts

Climate talks on key aspects remain inconclusive at CoP 25 in Madrid even as the UN summit draws to a close on Friday.

Around 200 countries are participating in the summit, which climate activists feel could go on longer like earlier meets.

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