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Banner image: Negotiators during a session at COP27 / Credit: Kiara Worth/UNFCCC.

Parliamentarians Across the Globe Push for Fossil Fuel-Free World

Mehedi Al Amin
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'No More Survival of the Fittest,' Says Bangladeshi Delegate at COP27

Mehedi Al Amin
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the conference center

Crackdown on Greenwashing Needed, Say UN Experts

Mehedi Al Amin
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A picture shows a view of an installation at the Green Zone during the COP27 climate summit at the Sharm El Sheikh International Convention Centre, in Egypt’s Red Sea resort of the same name, on Monday– AFP Photo

350m Family Farmers Seek Climate Adaptation Support at COP27

Mehedi Al Amin
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A wild tiger in a body of water

Tigers Under Threat in World's Largest Mangrove Forest

Md Ibrahim Khalilullah
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Two men with buckets in polluted water

Bangladesh's Perilous Battle with Pollution, Pesticides and Plastics

Md Ibrahim Khalilullah
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A fire broke out at the SS Power One plant after police fired at workers on April 17, 2021 (Image: Mohammad Abul Kalam)

State violence suppresses opposition to Chinese coal plant in Bangladesh

Shamsuddin Illius
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Woman in flood

Covid-19, Cyclone Amphan reduce food consumption in coastal Bangladesh

Rafiqul Islam Montu
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Buffalo herd

Climate change is impacting the market for buffalo milk sweets in Bangladesh

Shamsuddin Illius
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Buffalo on dry land

Buffalo herding suffers in coastal Bangladesh as soil and water grow saltier

Shamsuddin Illius
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Women walking to water

The long walk for water in Bangladesh

Rafiqul Islam Montu
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Men fishing in Bangladesh

The effects of using saline water in the Bay of Bengal region

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Workers unload coal in Dhaka

Finances force Bangladesh to reconsider coal plants

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Pump at Chattogram Urea Fertiliser Limited

Rising salinity spells disaster for industry along the Karnaphuli

Shamsuddin Illius
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Planting rice in India

Lockdown-hit farmers begin to sow summer crops in South Asia

Ramesh Bhushal
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Rohingya camp overview

Rohingya camps in Bangladesh vulnerable to Covid-19 outbreak

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Bangladesh frustrated over the talks in COP25, as per the Press Conference

Bangladesh frustrated over state of talks at climate summit

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 Bangladesh pavilion

Bangladesh stands for post-2020 carbon trading

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Bangladesh pavilion at COP25

Bangladesh will seek special allocation from Green Climate Fund

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Toxic smog: The new normal in South Asia

Toxic smog: The new normal in South Asia

Ramesh Bhushal
Joydeep Gupta
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Stronger efforts needed to preserve the pangolin in South Asia

Stronger efforts needed to preserve the pangolin in South Asia

Joydeep Gupta
Ramesh Bhushal
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A woman collecting water in Bangladesh

Increase in drinking water salinity in Bangladesh heightens risk of pregnancy complications

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As Bangladesh reels under floods, climate financing in the limelight

As Bangladesh reels under floods, climate financing in the limelight

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The advances in clean tech promise to slow down global warming, but the climate vulnerable nations need more support to survive

The advances in clean tech promise to slow down global warming, but the climate vulnerable nations need more support to survive

Crystal Chow
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New sowing method brings hope in Bangladesh

New sowing method brings hope in Bangladesh

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Between The Dark Seas And Living Hell

Between The Dark Seas And Living Hell

Manon Verchot
Joanna Plucinska
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Noah’s Ark is made of earth in Bangladesh

Noah’s Ark is made of earth in Bangladesh

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Four killed as Bangladesh villagers oppose coal-fired power plant

Four killed as Bangladesh villagers oppose coal-fired power plant

Pinaki Roy
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Women’s rights undercut by water crisis in Bangladesh

Women’s rights undercut by water crisis in Bangladesh

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Bangladesh pledges 5% emission cut

Bangladesh pledges 5% emission cut

nazrul islam
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Solar lamps make big money for Bangladesh

Solar lamps make big money for Bangladesh

Pinaki Roy
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Diverting the Jamuna won’t solve Dhaka’s water crisis

Diverting the Jamuna won’t solve Dhaka’s water crisis

Rafiqul Islam Montu
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