The climate change effect might eat up more than 27 per cent of the paddy yield in Bangladesh by 2050, experts said Wednesday.

Unplanned use of pesticides and herbicides in crops is one of the key reasons for presence of higher level of lead in blood among pregnant women in rural Bangladesh, a study revealed.

Rotting of jute plant is going on in full swing in all the river and water bodies in the district, causing serious pollution of water as most of the farmers of the region are not acquainted with th

Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) forecast that the total poverty rates will increase around 15 per cent by 2030 in Bangladesh due to climate change.

British High Commissioner to Bangladesh Robert W Gibson on Sunday said the UK will help Bangladesh face climate change and river erosion challenges.

Barendra Multipurpose Development Authority (BMDA) is implementing a huge drinking water supply project in the villages in Nilphamari district.

State Minister for Power and Energy Nasrul Hamid said on Sunday the government is planning to introduce a 'feed-in-tariff' (FIT) on renewable energy to make it more accessible for people, reports U

The country needs to prepare an index listing the areas vulnerable to climate change to ensure transparent and pro-poor distribution of funds allocated in this sector, speakers said at a seminar on

An inordinate delay in awarding river training work (RTW) for the planned Padma Bridge has posed a fresh threat to protection of river banks along the country's longest bridge.

The country's hydro-geologists have found fresh aquifers across the eighteen coastal districts, ushering new hope for 50 million salinity-prone people, gripped by severe drinking water scarcity.