Mehedi is a Bangladeshi journalist and has been reporting for the past ten years. Currently, he is working as a senior reporter with The Business Post, an English newspaper based in Dhaka. He has specialization in both data and investigative journalism. He has reported on environmental health, climate change impacts, wildlife and biodiversity, industrial emission and pollution, finance, cities, natural calamities, migration and displacement, power and energy, law and human rights. One of his stories reported on illegal land development on a huge wetland on both sides of a 38-kilometer express highway. The wetland was identified as a flood flow zone, and any type of land development in these zones is prohibited by law. After his reporting, the government took action against the illegal development. He also made a short film focusing on the health impacts of mercury-containing skin whitening creams. The film was screened at the Minamata Convention on Mercury in 2022. He obtained both a bachelor and master’s degree in anthropology from Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He is a media fellow of Farming Future Bangladesh in association with The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Cornell University, USA. He is also a media fellow of the Global Alliance for Incineration Alternatives.