Climate Change Adaptation

CoP21, making effective to address loss and damage

M. Abdur Rahaman Rana: CoP21 is going to be held in 30th November to 11th December at Paris. It is to be said, it is a crucial one for addressing loss and damage that will be finalized in Paris at COP 21. The debate on loss and damage may seem simple, but in reality it is a multi-layered issue with challenges at nearly every stage. This has been problematic especially for developing countries that are experiencing disproportionately more adverse effects due to climate change, despite having contributed very little to the problem. Continue reading

World Environmental Health Day 2015

World environmental health day 2015

Children’s Health & Safety and the Protection of their Environment is a highly important topic to all people in the World. The International Federation of Environmental Health (IFEH) would like to highlight this and to focus on how to reduce exposure from the surrounding environment by announcing this theme for World Environmental Health Day 2015. Continue reading

EarthCare Club

EarthCare Club awareness campaign on Kurbani waste management

Eastern University EarthCare club was organized a week-long awareness campaign on Kurbani waste management. The campaign was started on Saturday, 19th September, 2015 and ended on Friday, 25th September, 2015. EarthCare club distributed leaflets, spooked with people on various and notable places of Dhaka city as well as outside of Dhaka. They were tried to aware people to keep clean surroundings after Kurbani as soon as possible. In the leaflets, there was demonstration on how to clean wastage. Continue reading

Factors affecting to buy an environment friendly products

Factors affecting to buy an environment friendly products

Due to the environmental issues, green products have got more attention during previous years and the accessibility of such products is increasing in many food stores. The appearance of eco-label supports the consumers in the store to buy environment friendly products which are less harmful to the environment. Eco-labels/environment friendly labels which are habitually available in the food store. Governments in some countries are supporting these labels to ensure the sustainable development and a better quality of life for all, and also for the upcoming generations. A question, which arises here, is that what compels the consumers to choose environment friendly labels products over conventional ones. Continue reading

green journalism

What is Green Journalism?

Environment journalism is mainly called green journalism. It is the group, authentication, making, allocation and demonstration of in sequence regarding current events, trends, matters and people that are connected with the non-human world with which humans essentially work together. Continue reading

Climate change and adaptation

Climate change and adaptation: discussion of possible short and long term goal for developing countries

Climate change is now a burning issue globally. The potential impact of climate changes is facing by developing countries. Adverse effects of climate change continue to be a major threat to rural livelihoods. Such as the Northern part of Bangladesh is among the most vulnerable regions to climate change impacts. The majority of the population lives in this area in abject poverty. People are extremely dependent on rain fed agriculture for their daily livelihood. As a consequence, the abnormalities in rainfall patterns and temperature adversely impact their socio-economic and environmental survival.

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eco tour 2015

Eco Tour 2015 by

As eco beloved students and environment activities, all their hearts were set to reach for the close to jungle, where the spheres are wide and locality are not the typical urban-centric. On 12th of September, 2015, with scorching ‘Summer Sun’ half-way-on, the team of Eco Tour 2015 and founder and editor-in-chief of Md. Ashraful Alam, editor of Md. Fazlul Haque, Founder of Bangladesh EarthCare Club Rajib Chandra Paul, Eastern University faculty Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Eastern University EarthCare Club Mr. Abu Md. Abdullah, Assistant professor and coordinator of Eastern University Social Welfare Club Mr. Syed Habib Anwar Pasha, Assistant Professor Mr. Moniruzzaman Khan and Assistant Professor Maksuda Hossain started off for the coveted eco tour 2015. Continue reading

Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Bangladesh

Coastal zone management is a very important concern issue in Bangladesh because one-fourth population lives in coastal belt in our country. Bangladesh is situated at the partof the Bay of Bengal, and the country has a coastline of approximately 710 km. It is the most natural disaster prone area. The combination of natural and man-made hazards, such as erosion, high arsenic content in ground water, water logging, water and soil salinity, water salinity, various forms of pollution, risks from climate change, etc, have adversely affected lives and livelihoods in the coastal zone and slowed down the pace of social and economic development in this region. Continue reading

Adverse effect of climate change

Adverse effect of climate change

Effect of climate change is very much adversely affected in our country. Day by day the level of climate change is increasing at an increasing rate that responsible for natural disaster. Some sectors are very much affected such as:

Agriculture and Fisheries: Bangladesh is an agricultural depended country whole economy depends on agriculture. But present time our agriculture are adversely affected by natural disaster like heavy rainfall, flood, drought, cyclone and salinity. Fisheries are also the part of national economy, but year flood and drought are affected in our fishing culture. So climate change is mainly responsible for natural disaster. Continue reading

impacts of climate change on Bangladesh

Adverse effect of climate change on Bangladesh

Introduction: Climate change is the most usable word in the present world. Now climate change is the burning issues all over the world but its impact adversely on third world country like Bangladesh. Climate change poses significant risk for Bangladesh. Bangladesh is more disaster prone area in the world. Most of the disaster attacked on our country. The loss of climate change is very high. In our country is situated of the largest deltas in the world which is highly risky to natural disaster because of its geographical location, flat and low –lying landscape, population density, poverty, illiteracy lack of natural resources, lack of institutional setup and proper management. In other words,the Physical, Social as well as Economic conditions of Bangladesh are very typical toany of the most vulnerable countries to Natural Disasters in the world. Continue reading