Amid multifaceted challenges, there is a story of interconnectedness of women and the environment.
Although the proposal for the Loss and Damage Fund was adopted at COP27, the declaration to operationalise it came at COP28.
We don’t have the time anymore, and we, as the climate action community, are tired of saying this ad nauseam.
Regardless of which country you look at in the world, one crisis is evident everywhere: the climate crisis.
Saleemul Huq was not only a visionary, he was an exceptional man who could show respect, care, and kindness to every individual he met.
The profit model of business has ignored climate change for too long.
A thorough and strategic approach is required to defend against the recurrent floods and climatic disasters Bangladesh faces.
While Bangladesh has been doing quite well in adapting to climate change, there is still a long way to go with not much time to waste. Serious actions need to be taken urgently to boost the country’s resilience.