The poachers have turned active in Sundarbans under Khulna district due to negligence of the authorities concerned.
Environmentalists have warned that vast stretches of coastal arable land in Bangladesh may become barren because of an alarming rise in salinitydue toa climate change-triggered rise in sea level.
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
The residents of Khulna city and five upazilas of the district may face an acute crisis of pure drinking water in the current summer season because of drastic fall in groundwater level as necessary
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.
Bangladesh needs US$ 2.8 billion by 2021 to address health hazards caused by the adverse impacts of climate change, according to an official estimate.
DHAKA : The Ministry of Environment and Forests has approved 22 projects involving Tk 77 crore to cope with the adverse impacts of climate change in the country, reports UNB.
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