The government wants to keep the Sunderbans under surveillance using drones or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in the wake of the colossal damage suffered by the mangrove forest last month due to oil sp
Environment activist Subhas Datta has filed a report before the National Green Tribunal (NGT)'s Eastern Zone Bench in which he has revealed how multiple government agencies operating in the Sundarb
Prof. ABM. Mosharraf Husain, Bagerhat :The very existence of Royal Bengal Tiger in Sundarbans is threatened.
United Nations experts said Wednesday they found "limited immediate impact" on the ecosystem of the world's largest mangrove forest in Bangladesh after a major oil spill early in December.
The team of experts from the United Nations arrived at the Sundarbans on Monday to investigate the place of the oil spill.
Apart from the growing concern over the survival of multiple species of flora and fauna, now the fear is heightening about the livelihoods of the poor people living on the forest resources, thanks
India and Bangladesh must collaborate to facilitate and maintain a flow of fresh water round the year to save the Sunderbans mangrove ecosystem, scientists said here Saturday.
Climate change is causing toxic metals trapped in the sediment beds of the Hooghly estuary in the Indian Sunderbans to leach out into the water system due to changes in ocean chemistry, say scienti
The second phase of the tiger census project using camera trapping method is going to begin in November, forest officials informed yesterday.
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