Bangladesh is one of the most climate-vulnerable countries in the world. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) estimates that by 2050, 17 per cent of Bangladesh will have been claimed by
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Planned development of Dhaka is a must to combat climate change challenges, including rehabilitation of climate refugees, said ministers and experts at an international seminar in the city yesterday.
Underpinning the new approach was the recognition that climate change posed a serious threat to Bangladesh's desire to become a middle income country by 2021i. Central to the post 2007 efforts was the
Strengthening capacities for planning of sanitation and wastewater use: experiences from two cities in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka
This report starts with a description of the methodology followed in the Wastewater Agriculture and Sanitation for Poverty Alleviation (WASPA) in Asia Project, including the overall project approach and some key concepts applied.