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Emerging Socio-political Power of Social media

Emerging Socio-political Power of Social media

Social media differ from paper-based media (e.g. magazines and newspapers) or traditional electronic media such as TV broadcasting in many ways, including quality, reach, frequency, usability, immediacy, and permanence.

Plant Endophytic Bacteria for Ecofriendly Agriculture

Plant Endophytic Bacteria for Ecofriendly Agriculture

According to World Agriculture, chemical fertilizer destroys soil friability, microorganisms habitat, encourage plant disease, leach away into our ground water without fully benefiting the plant and so on.

Global politics of 1.5 to stay alive

Global politics of 1.5 to stay alive

People in Somalia face famine conditions, triggered by prolong drought. About 30 million people in the East African countries are on the brink of undergoing alarming level of food insecurity.

A poem by Md. Fazlul Kader

A poem by Md. Fazlul Kader

Darkness in me is yours

That just helps shining the light in my core

Which is also yours...

US-North Korea conflict: Is there a war ahead?

US-North Korea conflict: Is there a war ahead?

The prospect of a military conflict between the United States and North Korea is growing in recent days.

Autism in Bangladesh:Reducing Discrimination Through Innovation

Autism in Bangladesh:Reducing Discrimination Through Innovation

Within the last 5 years, thanks to political support and national education, autism awareness in Bangladesh has grown immensely. Due to a lack of....

Russia to launch the world's largest nuclear icebreaker in 2019

Russia to launch the world's largest nuclear icebreaker in 2019

Russia is the only country among the Arctic states that has its own nuclear icebreaker fleet specially built to be used in waters covered by ice year-round. Four nuclear icebreakers and the world’s only nuclear powered transport vessel Sevmorput now operate in Russia under the authority of the ROSATOM State Atomic Energy Corporation. However, in the near future, the country is looking forward to acquiring the next generation icebreakers. The lead universal nuclear powered icebreaker was named Arktika (Arctic in Tussian).

Economic impact of gender based violence

Joint op-ed

Economic impact of gender based violence

No country can afford gender-based violence (GBV). In Bangladesh, the costs of GBV are estimated at 2.1 percent of the country’s GDP.

Bangladesh leads on migration discussions

Bangladesh leads on migration discussions

People do not make the decision to leave their homes lightly, but sometimes circumstances compel them to move. Many Bangladeshis leave home to pursue opportunities in the wider world.

16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign

16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign

Every daughter has a father; every son has a mother; every husband, a wife.  As daughters, mothers and wives, we call upon the men of Bangladesh to stand with the girls and women they love.  

Gender COP: Women in all aspects of climate change actions

Gender COP: Women in all aspects of climate change actions

The momentum achieved in Paris last year in embracing gender equality and women’s empowerment assurances in climate change decisions and actions reached greater heights this year in Morocco at the 22nd session of the Conference of Parties (COP).

Loss and Damage in COP: achievements or disappointments?

Loss and Damage in COP: achievements or disappointments?

Over the last few decades, rise in climatic hazards associated to slow-onset and extreme weather events elicited the need for implementing Loss and Damage (L&D) along with adaptation and mitigation as a third pillar of climate action in developing nations that are the worst victims of human induced climate change. As a matter of fact, this year’s 22nd session of the Conference of Parties (COP) was expected to be the ‘Loss and Damage COP’, considering the mandated review of the two-year work plan of Warsaw International Mechanism (WIM) that was established at COP19in Warsaw under the decision 2/CP.19.

Improving global road safety and World Day of Remembrance

Improving global road safety and World Day of Remembrance

Road traffic crashes take the lives of nearly 1.3 million people every year, and disable millions more. Around 90 percent of road traffic deaths and injuries take place in low and middle-income countries.

Trump’s Presidency: Survival or Demise of the Paris Agreement?

Trump’s Presidency: Survival or Demise of the Paris Agreement?

The second week of November has been no less than a ‘roller coaster ride’ for global climate change action...

Interference of Business Groups in the UNFCCC

Interference of Business Groups in the UNFCCC

With Paris Agreement coming into full effect the next meeting of the Conference of Parties’ (COP), which is all set to kick off, has opened the floor for implementation talk in this year’s UN Climate Conference in Marrakesh at its 22nd session.