Mohammad Golam Sarwar

When law enables environmental damage

Bangladesh has more than 200 environmental protection laws. Yet, our environment and natural resources continue to see unprecedented degradation.

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COP28 outcome: The road (not taken) towards a fossil-free future

Although a major COP28 outcome, the agreement to transition away from fossil fuels bears weak language and does not invoke much confidence.

6m ago

Developed countries should accept responsibility to establish a loss and damage fund

Mr. Ian Fry is the UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights in the context of climate change.

1y ago

In search for a universal rule: Rule of law, democracy, and human rights

David Ormon Carter is a Judge of the United States District Court for the Central District of California. David began his legal career as an Assistant District Attorney with the Orange County District Attorney’s Office in 1972 where he became the senior deputy district attorney. 

2y ago

Business and Human Rights: The Pathway for Bangladesh

Surya Deva is a Professor at the Macquarie Law School and a founding Editor-in-Chief of Business and Human Rights Journal.

2y ago

Implementing UNGPs to hold the industries accountable for environmental damage

The economy of Bangladesh has seen tremendous growth in the recent past that helped the country graduate from LDC to middle income country.

2y ago

Making a case for Environmental Rule of Law in Bangladesh

The global report on environmental rule of law (2019) reflects a sorrow state of enforcement of laws in Bangladesh despite the two hundred pieces of legislation that the country has on environment.

3y ago

Why do we need Environmental Rule of Law?

The global report on environmental rule of law (2019) reflects a sorrow state of enforcement of laws in Bangladesh despite the two hundred pieces of legislation that the country has on environment.

3y ago
June 5, 2024
June 5, 2024

When law enables environmental damage

Bangladesh has more than 200 environmental protection laws. Yet, our environment and natural resources continue to see unprecedented degradation.

December 21, 2023
December 21, 2023

COP28 outcome: The road (not taken) towards a fossil-free future

Although a major COP28 outcome, the agreement to transition away from fossil fuels bears weak language and does not invoke much confidence.

September 23, 2022
September 23, 2022

Developed countries should accept responsibility to establish a loss and damage fund

Mr. Ian Fry is the UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights in the context of climate change.

July 8, 2022
July 8, 2022

In search for a universal rule: Rule of law, democracy, and human rights

David Ormon Carter is a Judge of the United States District Court for the Central District of California. David began his legal career as an Assistant District Attorney with the Orange County District Attorney’s Office in 1972 where he became the senior deputy district attorney. 

May 20, 2022
May 20, 2022

Business and Human Rights: The Pathway for Bangladesh

Surya Deva is a Professor at the Macquarie Law School and a founding Editor-in-Chief of Business and Human Rights Journal.

February 26, 2022
February 26, 2022

Implementing UNGPs to hold the industries accountable for environmental damage

The economy of Bangladesh has seen tremendous growth in the recent past that helped the country graduate from LDC to middle income country.

June 8, 2021
June 8, 2021

Making a case for Environmental Rule of Law in Bangladesh

The global report on environmental rule of law (2019) reflects a sorrow state of enforcement of laws in Bangladesh despite the two hundred pieces of legislation that the country has on environment.

June 5, 2021
June 5, 2021

Why do we need Environmental Rule of Law?

The global report on environmental rule of law (2019) reflects a sorrow state of enforcement of laws in Bangladesh despite the two hundred pieces of legislation that the country has on environment.

May 11, 2021
May 11, 2021

Felling trees for beautification: Another ‘justified’ case of violation of environmental law?

Reportedly, a good number of trees including medicinal plants has been cut down as part of a project ‘to enhance the beauty and greenery’ of Suhrawardy Udyan by the Public Works Department.

May 6, 2021
May 6, 2021

Felling trees at Suhrawardy: Another ‘justified’ case of violation of environmental law?

Reportedly, a good number of trees including medicinal plants has been cut down as part of a project ‘to enhance the beauty and greenery’ of

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