Trees are allegedly being felled in the forests in Bhaluka upazila of Mymensingh district and processed at sawmills located nearby.
Attaining the status of a role model for its neighbours, Bangladesh has become an open defecation free country from 34 percent to 99 percent sanitation coverage in the last decade, said representat
The government has once again sounded out a stern warning against tanneries in Hazaribagh, saying the polluting factories will be shut down if they fail to relocate to the designated industrial par
Within a few days, the 15km embankment from Patenga to Sagorika would look like a long forest clearing as the Chittagong Development Authority (CDA) keeps on cutting down trees to make way for buil
Due to a lack of regulation, the use of mercury reached an alarming level in Bangladesh increasing health risks and environment pollution, said experts at a workshop yesterday.
Unlike its South Asian neighbours India and Pakistan, Bangladesh is on course to meet the global targets for reducing stunting among children under five.
One-hundred workers of a garments factory had to take treatment at the hospital today after drinking water from the factory canteen.
Floods have destroyed crops on nearly 2.75 lakh hectares of land in 29 districts, causing losses to thousands of farmers, according to the Department of Agricultural Extension.
A mobile court yesterday fined four automatic rice mills in Saidpur upazila for polluting the environment by using polythene bags.
A baby was killed and his grandmother critically injured in a rain-triggered landslide in Bandarban Sadar upazila yesterday morning.
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