Mitigation and Adaptations to Climate Change: The challenge Bangladesh now faces is to scale up these investments to create a suitable environment for the economic and social development of the country and to secure the well-being of our people,especially the poorest and most vulnerable groups, including women and children. In order to meet the challenge…

Articles on vulnerable areas of Bangladesh: Bangladesh is the most vulnerable nation to the adverse effects of climate change. The following articles discuss the negative impacts of climate change in Bangladesh.   SUNDARBANS: Climate Change and Sundarban: An overview. The Sundarbans is the largest mangrove forest in the world where about 300 species of trees…

Background: Those of us living in Bangladesh must have surely noticed that in the past 10 years or so, Summer in Bangladesh have become hotter. Monsoons arrive, yet we experience no rainfall. This leaves the lands barren and dry, adversely affecting soil quality. No rainfall often leads to drought like conditions that adversely affect agriculture…