Most of the species of wild animals have now become almost extinct from five districts of greater Mymensingh region. Absence of the implementation of laws for safe-guarding the animals, indiscrimination killing of animals, careless use of pesticides, felling of trees,
Sundarban, proudly call by Bangladeshi people as home of tigers. It’s situated at South-Western delta of country. Sundarban has a huge collection of wild beings, gipsy fishermen; honey-collectors, risky and a mesmerising mingle of rivers and the Bay of Bengal.
Light-trap, an environment-friendly method to detect harmful insects is helping hundreds of farmers in different areas of the district during this ongoing aman season. The farmers are getting benefits from this technology and they are very enthusiastic to use it,
Vermi-compost (an environment friendly compost produced using earth worm) has created a positive trend among hundreds of farmers in Phulbaira upazila of Mymensingh. The compost is very helpful for the farmers and the environment as well, sources said. The farmers
As many streets littered with garbage, leftovers of household foodstuffs, Mymensingh Municipality has now turned a nasty town, creating a nuisance for the environment and the town dwellers as well. Unbearable atmosphere is observed in many areas of the town
A number of important installations including the Mymensingh Town Protection Embankment, Bangladesh-China Friendship Bridge and Muktijuddha Memorial are threatened due to indiscriminate lifting of sand and earth from Brahmaputra riverbed in the district. According to sources, the government’s Mineral Resources