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Aivee Akther Bangladesh Environmental crime

Mymensingh (Bangladesh) fill with banned Polythene

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Mymensingh (Bangladesh) fill with banned Polythene Officially banned Polythene (One time used Polythene) is available everywhere in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Polythene finds in almost every marketplace and small and big shops in this District. Frequent use of Polythene is having a severe impact on human life. It is polluting the environment.......
Aivee Akther Bangladesh Climate Environmental Science

Climate diplomacy will face tough challenges in 2023

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Climate diplomacy will face tough challenges in 2023 In recent years and even months, weather extremes have left many scars across the globe. It also increases the effect of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. 2023 will also face more such incidents. Due to climate change, frequent floods, droughts, and wildfires......
Aivee Akther Bangladesh Environmental crime

Balutikar canal in Sylhet (Bangladesh) has turned into a wasteland

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Balutikar canal in Sylhet (Bangladesh) has turned into a wasteland Once upon a time, crystal clear streams would flow through Balutikar Canal, the only water source for three paddy lands in Khadimpara union of Sylhet Sadar upazila, Bangladesh. The people of some nearby villages used to cook food, bathe and......
Aivee Akther Bangladesh Environmental crime

Dhaka’s Air continues to peak at pollution in January

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Dhaka’s Air continues to peak at pollution in January Dhaka has again topped the list of cities with polluted Air. Dhaka’s Air was the worst on the city-based Air quality index (AQI) of Swiss air monitoring agency IQAir, with a score of 271, the level of ‘very unhealthy and hazardous.’......
Agriculture Aivee Akther Bangladesh

Pesticide-free vegetable cultivation in ‘Polynet house’ at Joypurhat, Bangladesh

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Pesticide-free vegetable cultivation in ‘Polynet house‘ at Joypurhat, Bangladesh Farmers in the remote areas of Panchbibi Upazila of Joypurhat District are cultivating vegetables in ‘Polynet houses” in a poison-free manner through the extension of modern technology. Agricultural experts said that this method plays a special role in the development of agriculture.......
Aivee Akther Bangladesh Environmental crime

Many species of birds are disappearing due to the use of pesticides

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Many species of birds are disappearing due to the use of pesticides Various species of birds are disappearing from Faridpur due to the use of harmful pesticides on crops and climate change. Once upon a time, the people of the village would wake up to birds chirping. Birds that are......
Aivee Akther Environmental Problems International Environment

Two out of three glaciers are likely to disappear by the end of this century

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Two out of three glaciers are likely to disappear by the end of this century  As greenhouse gas emissions are increasing worldwide, the effects of global warming will worsen in the coming days. A new study shows that the number of glaciers in all regions will decrease if the situation......
Aivee Akther Bangladesh Environmental crime

Some Miscreants cut islands  in Madaripur, Bangladesh, for personal gain

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Some Miscreants cut islands  in Madaripur, Bangladesh, for personal gain Kumar river flows under the big bridge at Mustafapur on the Dhaka-Barisal highway. Three hundred meters ahead along a small road next to the bridge is Mustafapur Sluicegate. An island has formed in the Kumar River for four to five......
Agriculture Aivee Akther Environmental crime

Some miscreants are cutting Para Forest for Shrimp farming in Maheshkhali, Bangladesh

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Some miscreants are cutting Para Forest for Shrimp farming in Maheshkhali, Bangladesh Some miscreants are cutting Para Forest trees in the Kalagazi neighborhood of Hoanak Union of Maheshkhali Upazila of Cox’s Bazar for shrimp farming. A Group of Miscreants occupied at least 200 acres of forest land and constructed an......
Aivee Akther Bangladesh Environmental crime

Jamuna fertilizer factory (Bangladesh) has turned into a pollution factory

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Jamuna fertilizer factory (Bangladesh) has turned into a pollution factory The country’s largest Jamuna Fertilizer Company Limited in Jamalpur has become an environmental pollution factory. At least 12,000 people in 5 villages around the factory face extreme suffering due to the massive amount of ammonia gas emitted. However, there needs......

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