Deaths caused by air pollution cost Bangladesh economy nearly $2.6 billion in foregone labour output in 2013, which accounts for 0.58% of its GDP, says a new World Bank Report
An earthquake measuring 5.3 on the Richter scale at its epicentre in Myanmar has jolted Dhaka.
About 13% of households and 12.65% of the population in Bangladesh are under risk from disasters, which include floods, cyclones, drought, water-logging, landslides, and salinity, Bangladesh Bureau
The government plans to release genetically modified (GM) potato, reportedly capable of resisting late blight disease, during the upcoming season.
Bangladesh losses 0.18% of its forests annually due to environmental and human causes, parliament heard on Monday.
To recoup the losses the DAE has already distributing late variety Aman seedling among the affected farmers
The transformative Agenda, adopted on Friday, lays out the global goals for reducing poverty, in all its dimensions, over the next decade and a half
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been named one of the winners of the United Nations’ highest environmental accolade for taking steps to address climate change.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been announced as one of the winners of the highest environmental accolade of the United Nations, in recognition of Bangladesh's far-reaching initiatives to address
The managing director of Dhaka Wasa yesterday said all slum dwellers in the capital would be provided with the amenity of legal water supply by this December.
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