Effects of Climate Change in Bangladesh

Effects of Climate Change in Bangladesh is NOW!

The record-breaking low temperature the region was experiencing when I started to write the article. Bangladesh experienced its lowest temperature ever. The northern part of the country recorded on average 2.6°C and the southern part of the country is 10°-12°C. Not only that, last decade, Bangladesh has experienced an extreme change in climates such as…Read More

Indigenous people’s right in 21st century: Context of Chakma People of Bangladesh

Loss and Damage in the Context of Bangladesh: Inadequacy of Adaptation due to Increasing Climate Risk & A Range of Approaches to Address Loss and Damage

‘Loss and Damage’ has become a fundamental issue for Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and gained recognition as the third pillar of international climate policy, after mitigation and adaptation. ‘Loss and damage’ refers to negative phenomena of climate unpredictability and climate change that people have not been able to…Read More

Climate finance in Bangladesh

Climate finance in Bangladesh: an interface between development co-operation and climate finance

Climate change is accepted as a major issue for Bangladesh due to its extreme environmental vulnerability to climate hazards irrespective of climate change. In Bangladesh, a deep interface between development cooperation and climate finance prevails. Climate finance refers to local, national or transnational financing, which may be drawn from public, private and alternative sources of…Read More