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Featured The United Nations Climate Change Conference COP25 and the Earth’s challenges of reducing Greenhouse Gases emissions.

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The United Nations Climate Change Conference COP25 and the Earth’s challenges of reducing Greenhouse Gases emissions. By Rahman Mahfuz The United Nations Climate Change conference COP25 has begun in Madrid, Spain, from 2nd December 2012. The conference will be continued on 13 December 2019. Carolina Schmidt, Minister of Environment from......
Environment Protection

Experts think youths should come forward to protect the environment

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Experts think youths should come forward to protect the environment By Zeba Tarunnum Experts believe, if the youth of the country become vocal from their respective positions in protecting the environment, then the ecology can be recovered. The speakers expressed these views at a webinar organized by the Climate change......
Zeba Tarannum

Industrial and Municipality waste is constantly polluting the environment at Tangail

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Industrial and Municipality waste is constantly polluting the environment at Tangail, Bangladesh By Zeba Tarunnum Day by day, the environment at Tangail is being polluted by the dumping of factory waste and garbage in open spaces. Besides this, due to the odor of toxic waste, the residents are suffering from......
Zeba Tarannum

Around 6000 Crabs are dying every day due to Motorbike crash at Kuakata Sea Beach, Bangladesh

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Around 6000 Crabs are dying every day due to Motorbike crash at Kuakata Sea Beach, Bangladesh By Zeba Tarunnum Every day around 6000 crabs are dying due to bike crashes during the tourist season on Kuakata sea beach. Besides this, the beach is also losing its ecological potential due to......
Zeba Tarannum

Bangladesh planned to Implement Climate change adaptation Projects its risky Islands and Riverine chars

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Bangladesh planned to Implement Climate change adaptation Projects its risky Islands and Riverine chars  Zeba Tarunnum Mr. A H M Mustafa Kamal, Finance Minister of Bangladesh, said, to deal with the adverse effects of Climate change adaptation projects will implement in the islands and chars to tackle climate change effects of......
Adnan Mahfuz Tazvir

Environmental Organizations jointly issued Legal notice against the death of horses in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

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Environmental Organizations jointly issued Legal notice against the death of horses in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh By Adnan Tazvir Tourists usually visit Cox’s Bazar on horseback to take a walk or take pictures on the beach for some fun. Horses are lying neglected in the streets of Cox’s Bazar. Several large......
Adnan Mahfuz Tazvir

Glacier is melting so speedily that has not been happening before: According to a new survey

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Glacier is melting so speedily that has not been happening before: According to a new survey  By Adnan Tazvir Almost all glacier on Earth are melting, and that is much faster than at any other time.  Experts say a new survey has revealed this information. The survey was published in......
Zeba Tarannum

Hundreds of Tamarisk Trees are disappearing; Cox’s Bazar Sea beach is losing its Beauty day by day

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Hundreds of Tamarisk Trees are disappearing; Cox’s Bazar Sea beach is losing its Beauty day by day By Zeba Tarunnum Cox’s Bazar sea beach is losing its beauty. Thousands of tamarisk trees from the beach are disappearing. Tamarisk orchard, known as the green belt of the world’s longest sea beach,......
Adnan Mahfuz Tazvir

Biodiversity in the Sundarbans is in a great threat to face a massive loss

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Biodiversity in the Sundarbans is in a great threat to face a massive loss  By Adnan Tazvir Cyclone Yaas  has caused severe damage to the biodiversity of the Sundarbans . Destroyed wildlife habitat. Many wild animals have been swept away by the overflowing rivers in the interior of the forest. Meanwhile,......
Bangladesh

The Parliamentary Standing Committee of the Bangladesh Shipping Ministry suggested installing nets across the canal to protect the River Pollution due to Polythene

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The Parliamentary Standing Committee of the Bangladesh Shipping Ministry suggested installing nets across the canal to protect the River Pollution due to Polythene  By Adnan Tazvir The Karnaphuli River in Chittagong, Bangladesh is constantly polluted by the city’s industrial waste. The parliamentary standing committee has suggested putting nets at the......

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