Webinar showcasing new science to inform policy and promote climate change resilience Supported by the Asia Regional Resilience to a Changing Climate (ARRCC) programme ahead of COP26 Date: 11 March 2021 Time: 7.30pm-9.30pm (Bangladesh time) / 1.30pm-3.30pm (GMT) Where: Online Agenda: Welcome by Dr Joseph Daron (Met Office) Opening remarks from Judith Herbertson (FCDO Bangladesh) Part 1: Innovations in …
Documentary on the two densely populated deltas Bangladesh and Jakarta experience the effects of rising sea levels on a daily basis. This documentary broadcast-ed on NPO Start (free video-on-demand service of the Dutch Public Broadcasting) Click this Link to watch this documentary.
(This article originally published here) Government should install at least 10 high precision automatic tidal gauge stations along the coast Bangladesh has been experiencing sea-level rise by 6-20mm per year in three different coastal regions, a new study prepared after analysing 30 years’ data on tidal water states. The study named “Assessment of Sea Level Rise and Vulnerability in …
Read Prof. @SaleemulHuq's latest op-ed for 'The Daily Star' as he writes about how finance for loss and damage from… https://t.co/FzlzUSqT022022/05/26
📸 Saqib Huq, Programme Coordinator, ICCCAD, and Shohail Bin Saifullah, Coordinator-Youth Programme, ICCCAD have bee… https://t.co/mnoNf9Efog2022/05/24
📸 snapshots of the group work from the session on Governance and LLA. The session was taken by Shirin Sultana Lira… https://t.co/MGQC5riio12022/05/24
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Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB),
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Bashundhara R/A, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Maybe access to a stable and secure job opportunity encourages/influences the informal settlers to seek legal housing status
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