Bangladesh, jeopardised by multiple environmental, economic and social hazards, is one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change. Despite having limited resources, it has made significant progress in reducing the loss of human life through improved early warning and forecasting systems, effective use of local governance structure, active involvement of community-based organisations, risk informed and evidence based policy formulation and effective implementation of the policies and strategies.
About the editors:
DR SALEEMUL HUQ, Director of the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD) and Professor at the Independent University Bangladesh (IUB)
MD BODRUD-DOZA is the Manager at the ICCCAD at IUB
KHANDKER TARIN TAHSIN is a Junior Research Officer at the ICCCAD at IUBPublication Link
Published by Crisis Response Journal, March 2022