Issues centring ecological protection are inherently political, but in this dying earth, these are repeatedly depoliticised.
To bridge the energy gap and promote climate-friendly sustainable development, increasing renewable energy and energy efficiency are imperative.
Climate change is worsening the situation and the financial and humanitarian costs brought by this calamity are racking up.
Cataclysmic wildfires, the intensity and frequency of which have increased due to human-caused climate change, are not just an American phenomenon.
Situated in a region with extensive maritime boundaries and diverse marine ecosystems, Bangladesh stands to gain immense benefits from this agreement. By becoming a party to the treaty, the country can play a pivotal role in global efforts to address critical challenges such as overfishing, marine biodiversity loss, and habitat degradation in areas beyond national jurisdictions.
El Nino, La Nina, wildfire, floods, heatwaves – all these terms have been plastered on every news source, both digital and print for the past few years. It seems that the detrimental effects of global climate change have dawned upon us, it is not a phenomenon that “may happen” in the distant future.
Climate change is a phenomenon that impacts everyone on earth. Although some might think of climate change as something that will affect us in the future, it is an ongoing process and we are already seeing its effects. Ecosystems and people across the globe are being heavily impacted by it. Ever wondered why the weather has been going haywire recently? Or why more and more of the arctic region is melting away?