National Environmental Writing Contest Concluded

Contest Winner

bdenvironment.com, an environmental web portal, has initiated a national environmental writing contest to empower the youth. Any age of Bangladeshis, living here or abroad, were eligible to participate in the competition “ACI Pure Salt presents National Environmental Writing Contest 2020”. There were no specific category but the write-up needed to be related with environmental issue of Bangladesh. The length of write up was 450 to 600 words.

Kowshik Ahmed, student of B.Sc. in Environmental Science and Disaster Management of Patuakhali Science and Technology University (PSTU) became the champion of the contest and he got couple return air ticket of Cox’s Bazar while Amit Hasan Anik from Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) got a movie projector as the first runner up. Marfua Mowla, student of Department of Chemical Engineering, BUET became the second runner up and got couple dinner in a restaurant. There were also attractive gifts arranged for fourth to tenth position and a love of token gift for eleventh to twenty position holders. There were total five hundred and seven write up we received and top sixty six write up will be published on our website. Also we will publish an e-book and will provide a letter of participation.

The founder of bdenvironment.com Md. Ashraful Alam announced the award by a live from our official Facebook page. He expressed on youth and volunteer activist to save earth. At the end of the live, he announced their upcoming event which is Make Dhaka Green Again where people will plant a tree on their convenient places like the veranda, reading table, or office desk and post those photos on social media with hashtag #MakeDhakaGreenAgain to promote and expand green activities.

Moreover, bdenvironment.com is an environmental web portal that connects people to environmental & climate change issues of Bangladesh. It launched on June 8, 2013. From inauguration to now, it organized around hundred events including tree plantation, waste management campaign, seminar, workshop, national contest to spread environmental awareness.

The 66 List!

SLNameContent Title
1Kowshik AhmedGroundwater depletion and related environmental threats around Dhaka city and other cities nearby
2Amit Hasan AnikMicro-plastics pollution: A high concerning time as the emerging pollutant hits the environment 
3Marfua MowlaATOSHI: An ICT based waste management model for Digital Bangladesh
4Nawrin Sultana (Luna)A Piece Consciousness means A Lovely and Fresh Environment
5Mehedi HasanA story on behalf of tomorrow
6Chisty RahimFlushed Away
7Md. Jahirul Haque Tamal‘Windmill’ a Sustainable Solution for Rural People
8Fayaz YousufLiving in the Plastic Age
9Farhan Rahman ChowdhuryAn Indigenous Solution to an International Problem: Sonali Bags, and How it Could Reduce Plastic Pollution
10A.F.M. Moshiur RahmanMaintaining the Balance of Environment: Bangladesh Perspective
11Afsana AlamWith love, nature
12Md. Hasanur HabibManagement and Conversion of Food and Green Waste to Energy to Make a Safe Environment
13Banani Mallick, Coronavirus wastes posing threat of further contagion
14Alfi Shahreen ChowdhuryCigarette Butts
15 Mahzabin Tasnim Khan FarihaFeed the Planet and It Will Nourish You!
16Nazmun Nahar PrityBlessings of Techno-agriculture to beat Food Security
17PROMITI PROVA MAHBUBEcological Footprint of Strays
18Mahfuj Arman Environment friendly pisciculture and sustainability
19Jarin NajninOne Krishnachura tree
20Md. Mahabub Ul Alam KhanA Silent Killer: Air Pollution
21Md. Anik HossainLight Pollution: Tomorrow’s Concern
22MAHIN AHMED KHANHow environmental degradation is damaging our economy
23Shamim Shorif Susom A Greener World
24Maisha NawarA sigh of mother nature: Aquatic Contamination
25PUJA SARKAR MOLYEutrophication: A great challenge for the world to protect water resources
27K M RIASAT UL MULKNecessity of birds in the environment of Bangladesh
28Arpita GolderBangladesh’s Water Crisis: The suffering Story of a Riverine Country
29Shahrin AbdullahAM I DEAD OR AM I DEAD? 
30 Kashfia Farheen BRICK KLIN -The Immense Polluter
31Soumik Mohammad IshmamChallenges and Opportunities of Plastic Pollution Management and Probable ways to Resolve the Plastic Pollution in Bangladesh
32Humayra Jahan Changes that could improve Environment
33Nayem Ahmed SiddikClimate Change and Our Responsibilities
34H. Rainak Khan RealClimate Change Induced Cyclones and Tidal surges: A Major Environmental Concern for Bangladesh
35Abhitosh Chakraborty Microplastic Pollution in Bangladesh 
36Tabassum Kaniz TamannaUnmasking Masks: A New Threat
37Marjan Tabassum  
38Alaul AlamWorld Tiger Day
39Sazzadul Karim RifatUncertain world ahead, good night everyone! 
40Bahnishikha ChowdhuryTreasure, not Trash
41Sadman Shihab Ifty A savior of today might turn into a terrific ‘Villain!’
42Sushanto Kumar SahaBangladesh: “The Land of Rivers” or “The Land of Dried and Polluted Rivers”?
43Jahid HasanThe environment must be saved
44Sowmik Das Sowmya Waste to Valuable Resources
45MohammedSolid Waste Management Facilities in Environmental Degradation
46Mahmudul Hasan RakibRampal Power Plant, Destroyer of The Sunderbans
47Ahsan Rajib PromiePlastic, We and Our Environment
48Ommay Hany Ria Desalination can alleviate stress on fresh water
49Nusrat Jahan LabonnayoReduction of Carbon Emission: A Light of Hope in a Blind Alley 
51Kamrul Hasan ChowdhuryA guide to reduce littering in Dhaka City
52Shoumik KunduBioplastic and Effective Waste Management: Two Magic Approaches to Minimize Plastic Pollution?
53Musarrat Sarwar Chowdhury 
54Md.Minhajul AlamEco friendly Industrialization: A new hope for reducing river and water pollution
55Mohammad Ayub ParvezHow much do we owe to the Halda River?
56Mariam HussainStrengthening Locals for Combating Water Scarcity in Dhaka
57Maisha Binte SultanBangladesh Faces the Anticipated Threats of Electronic Waste
58Mahmudul Hasan NayeemComprehensive Approach of Mitigating the Climate Change   
59Mohammad Abdur RahmanLIGHT POLLUTION
60Ahmed JubaerHousehold Waste Disposal
61Kashfia NehrinGreen Nanotechnology for Waste Water Treatment in Bangladesh
62Muhammad Ibrahim ShahFighting the crisis through Sustainable Agriculture
63Suparna RoyEnvironment Pollution: Future is at stake!
64Md.Imran Hossen.When Nature Talks
65Jannatul ferdous onie 
66Faria Iffat MimUnemployment, Environment and Bangladesh

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