The impact of global warming on the labour force is already evident and is unequally distributed across the world. Global economic inequality is rising due to global warming, with hotter, poorer countries experiencing a decline in growth due to warmer conditions.

There is a limited understanding of the intangible and subjective losses and damages from climate change people experience and how to address them. Fortunately, the number of studies explicitly focusing on ‘non-economic’ losses and damages is growing.

Using the three rounds of the Bangladesh Integrated Household Surveys, this study attempts to quantify the welfare effects of solar adoption. Discovered that solar adoption is connected with increased income, expenditure, and asset value growth, as well as a significant decrease in kerosene expenditure compared to non-adopters.

This paper provides a subregional overview on the status of crop residue management in Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan.

Bangladesh should aim for renewables to make up 40% of its total power generation capacity by 2041, says this report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), which charts a path for the country to transition its electricity sector away from dependence on expensive imported fossil fuels and ease its growing subsidy bu

This report presents key findings and insights from a series of short surveys to gauge people's evolving sense of the way things are panning out for them on the ground to build a 36-degree perspective on local climate resilience.

It is widely recognized that climate hazards impact the poor disproportionately. However, quantifying these disproportionate hazard impacts on a large scale is difficult given limited information on households’ location and socioeconomic characteristics, and incomplete quantitative frameworks to assess welfare impacts on households.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Dakshin Banga Matsyajibi Forum Vs Inland Waterways Authority of India & Others dated 13/03/2023.

From the perspective of economic and financial analysis, a climate change resilience assessment can be defined as an elaboration of how an investment project performs under alternative futures that are subject to high uncertainty about climate change impacts, and an assessment of the cost-effectiveness of mitigation and adaptation options to imp

Eradicating poverty in all its forms, everywhere, requires indicators that measure sustainable pathways out of poverty, and not only the absence of acute poverty. This paper introduces a trial Moderate Multi-dimensional Poverty Index (MMPI) that reflects moderate rather than acute levels of multidimensional poverty.