Sundarban, the world's largest mangrove forest, has become unsafe for wild animals like deer, tiger and crocodiles following rampant and indiscriminate poaching during the last few years.

The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) on Thursday approved the 'Dhaka Environmentally Sustainable Water Supply Project' costing Tk 5,248 crore to increase the supply of p

The government has sought more support from the World Bank (WB) to achieve its targeted energy efficiency by increasing power and gas output and distribution.

Bangladesh Agriculture Research Institute (BARI), has appealed to the government for approval to give the seeds of four Bt brinjal varieties to farmers.

Akhi Akhter (11), a promising student of class-V of Rajapur Government Primary School at Karapara union under Bagerhat Sadar upazila, over 300 km away from capital Dhaka, had to stop schooling due

The Department of Environment (DoE) yesterday fined a good number of shopkeepers Taka 80,000 for trading in banned polythene shopping bags.

Forest Advisory Committee (FAC) of India once again reiterated that diversion of forest land in Mizoram for the construction of Tipaimukh Multipurpose Dam should not be sanctioned.

A joint deal was signed between the The Bangladesh Ship Breakers Association(BSBA) and the Association of Bankers Bangladesh(ABB) have signed recently aimed at to improve environmental and social

More than one hundred houses along with homesteads were eroded by the river Madhumati of Chitalmari Upazila in the district during the last few months.

Padma erosion has taken serious turn and it has already devoured 2,023 houses including educational institutions in Chapainawabganj Sadar and Shibganj upazilas.