Bangladesh may face severe climate consequences
A six-day international symposium on 'Climate Change and Food Security in South Asia' will begin in the city tomorrow. Dhaka University and Ohio State University of the USA, in collaboration with the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), the Food and Agriculture Organisation (Fao) and the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific (Escap) will jointly organise the symposium. Some 70 foreign and 200 local experts mainly from Dhaka University and Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI) will take part in the symposium.
- Climate change knows no borders: an analysis of climate induced migration, protection gaps and need for solidarity in South Asia
- Community and institutional responses to the challenges facing poor urban people in Khulna, Bangladesh in an era of climate change
- Approaches to conservation of medicinal plants and traditional knowledge
- Tarnished terrain