Climate Tribune | July 2021
“Role of Private sector in tackling climate change“.
The editorial captures some success stories of Private sectors in Bangladesh. The organizations featured in the editorial are a few of the many companies that have put forth an effort in terms of Climate Change adaptation and mitigation in the country.
Articles in the series
- ‘Bangladesh is a nano-emitter globally but the emissions have serious impacts at the local level’- Interview with Prof Mizan R Khan by Saqib Sarker
- Peer-to-peer solar grids can be key to drive forward renewable energy- Solshare by Magnus Mayeen Ahmed
- How the DBL Group managed to save 1.3 billion litres of water –Dulal Brothers Limited(DBL) by Saqib Sarker and Saudia Afrin
- Climate and water: Leveraging private sector engagement for sustainable development- HSBC and Unilever by Shahrin Mannan and Faysal Abbas
- Three Bangladeshi women advocating sustainable fashion-Colors Dhaka, Dhaka Vintage, and Reach Community Bd by Afsara Mirza
- Kazi Farms reduces emission by producing organic fertilizer, but it could do much more with higher composting capacity-Kazi Farms by Saqib Sarker
- Addressing climate risks in the agricultural sector: How can the insurance industry help? by Towrin Zaman Raya
- Bayer’s initiative to improve income of smallholder farmers through sustainable agricultural practices can be a model for Bangladesh- Bayers by Fatema Akter, Noor-E-Elahi and Ali Mohammad Rezaie
- Kazi & Kazi Tea mitigates climate change impacts by using innovative and naturefriendly farming methods Kazi Tea by Saqib Sarker
- How Grameen Shakti is providing a sustainable renewable energy solution in rural Bangladesh- Grameen Shakti by Noor-E-Elahi