BSS (Hon.) Economics
Hamdard University of Bangladesh
Introduction: Human survival critically depends on the environment- almost all material consumptions and life-saving services. Unfortunately, the man-environment relationship has become fragile, particularly since the middle of the 20th century, mainly because of the over-exploitation of natural resources...
Biochar – Unfolding New Chapters of Sustainable Energy
Written by: Tuba Yasmin, Md. Mahadi Hasan
Biochar, a modern approach to carbon sequestration to enable negative carbon
emissions also produce oil and gas by-products that can be used as fuel. However, the co-production of biochar and bioenergy can help to mitigate...
A report by Krishan Foundation Pty Ltd
Title of the topic
Relief and Drainage
Plant and Animal life
Ethnic and Linguistic groups
Ghana, a country in western Africa, is situated on the coast of the Gulf of Guinea. Situated on the coast of the Gulf of Guinea in...
A Synopsis of Malik et al.’s “An untold story in biology: the historical continuity of
evolutionary ideas of Muslim scholars from the 8th century to Darwin’s time”
SYEDA BHUMIKA MAHMUD
In their article “An untold story in biology: the historical continuity of evolutionary ideas of
Muslim scholars from the 8th century...
Bangladesh is looking forward to renewable energies to contribute to reducing global warming. For that, Renewable energy is a great option to switch to. Reliance on renewable energy is increasing in Bangladesh as in other countries of the world. At the same time, the country is trying...
AA RAHMAN, Ph.D. (MIT)
Sil’oti– the “Sylhettans” - have been a sea-faring (now, air-plying), pioneering people. From times immemorial in antiquity. Right into our times. Unlike their land-bound neighbours, the Assamese, Tibetan, and the Indians. In this daring, pioneering, adventurous spirit and activity - they were like the...
Krishan Foundation started its journey in 2003 by initiating farmer-centered experiments in Kanihati Bangladesh. The goal was to develop rice varieties suitable for the impending climate changes that threatened agriculture. The work was the brainchild of Abdul M (Abed) Chaudhury who grew up in a farming family...
Ph.D. Student, Department of Economics, University of Chittagong
Figure 1:Environmental Kuznets Curve
In 1955, Kuznets was the first to assert that as the economy develops, income inequality initially rises, contacts a peak, and then starts to fall after a specific level of income has been achieved. Subsequently, the...
Rhododendron from Kanihati
Writer Tuba Yasmin
In October 2021, I visited a village which is a picturesque place named Kanihati situated in Hajipur, Sylhet, Bangladesh. (Latitude- 24.4166° north, Longitude- 91.9402° east, Elevation-21 meters/69 feet ) Kanihati is a biodiverse place enriched in different types of known, unknown, and wild...
Abdul MannanChaudhury was a brilliant man much ahead of his times. In the early days, he showed a restlessness of spirit and did not advance much in formal education. It is not clear if he finished his high school education. Family legend says that he and his...