RAJSHAHI : Adverse impact of climate change has started posing a serious threat to the farming sector alongside overall living and livelihood condition in vast barind tract consisting the districts
Adverse impact of climate change has started posing a serious threat to the farming sector alongside overall living and livelihood condition in vast barind tract consisting the districts of Rajshah
Department of Environment (DoE) on Sunday fined two dyeing factories TK 42 lakh for polluting the Turag River, reports UNB.
DHAKA : The government’s National Agricultural Technology Project (NATP) helped 11.80 lakh farmers adopt new technologies to enhance agriculture productivity, reports BSS.
Department of Environment on Tuesday fined two dyeing factories in Narsingdi Tk 10 lakh for violating environment laws by operating defective effluent treatment plants (ETP), reports UNB.
PROOFS, an innovative project for farmers’ food security, will be launched at Lakeshore Hotel in the capital on Wednesday, reports BSS.
RANGPUR : Bangladesh has achieved laudable success in expanding and popularising cultivation the flood tolerant rice varieties in the flood-prone areas throughout the country in recent years, repor
RAJSHAHI : Farmers have started harvesting winter hybrid tomato at Godagari upazila of the district and its adjacent areas for the last couple of days with the hope of more profit, reports BSS.
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) on Wednesday accorded ActionAid Bangladesh the ‘Lighthouse Initiatives 2013′ award for its success in empowering rural women to fa
Bangladesh should go for cleaner cookstoves to save thousands of women and young children from early death and combat climate change, said an official of the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (G
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