The paper examined Bangladesh’s integration of climate change issues into its national, sectoral, and city development plans.
Bangladesh, a calamity-vulnerable country, is prioritising climate adaptation and mitigation projects with the help of the World Bank.
The report contains a stocktake of climate adaptation done in the region focusing on five countries – Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
Analysis indicates that developed global coastlines are three times more exposed to extreme coastal water levels. Know the key findings and places at risk.
Transboundary cooperation is needed when dealing with climate change impacts because they can sweep across regions, irrespective of national boundaries.
The Global Peace Index 2019 says that vulnerability to climate change is a peace factor. Do low GPI nations have insufficient climate adaptation solutions?
The paper that the ADB published looks into the present situation in Asia and the Pacific as they come to grip with the effects of the changing climate.
Given that sea level is very likely to rise in large areas of Bangladesh and these areas are inhabited by millions of people, where will these people go? This question opens the video “30 Million” and we would like to invite you to watch the short movie and know the possible answer. Some features about...