A recent study by the Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (Rajuk) has concluded that the capital’s waste management service has been able to collect only 51% of the wastes produced per day for proper dis

Water unit of Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) conducted a training programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting (URWH) from June 16 to 19, 2014 organized by WaterAid, Bangladesh. The programme was funded by Water Aid Bangladesh (WAB) under the Sector Capacity Building – SCB project.

Gradual adoption of greener fuels for transport vehicles over the last one decade is showing a prospect of reducing air pollution in the city, according to an expert, reports UNB.

Bangladesh is to unveil a new “green tax” Thursday that will force polluting factories to pay extra levies as it looks to clean up the country’s increasingly dirty rivers and air, an official said

The government has introduced a national nutrition campaign in urban areas with a view to motivating parents to monitor growth of their children under five.

Following a recent survey that found alarming levels of adulteration in different food products in Dhaka city, the Institute of Public Health (IPH) is set to conduct a fresh nationwide survey to an

The study was conducted by the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (ICDDRB)

The geographical location of Bangladesh in the Bay of Bengal leaves the country susceptible to significant climate change impacts that exacerbate environmental hazards. In the urban context, disasters and hazards are posed by flood and waterlogging, earthquakes and fires.

The government on Tuesday gave nod to a Tk 1,332.68 crore project aiming at improving rural power supply system in five divisions.

The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) on Tuesday approved the ‘Enhancement of Capacity of Grid Substations and Transmission Line for Rural Electrification’ project costin