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Dhaka Sunday,  Oct 22, 2017

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Rampal-Greenpeace- energy bangla A study report released by Greenpeace, a global environmental organization, on Friday revealed that a mega coal -fired power plant on the edge of Sundarban could cause premature deaths of around 6,000 people over its lifetime. The report also suggests that about 24,000 babies will be born underweight, if the coal-fired thermal power plant project is implemented in Rampal. Such misfortune will happen during 40- year lifetime of the power... »
International Noise Awareness Day 2017-energybangla 1 People all over the world along with organizations and governments will observe the 22nd Annual International Noise Awareness Day (INAD) on today. Bangladesh will also observe the day with various activities like roadshows, view exchange programs, cost-free hearing test and hearing aid distribution programs throughout the country. The Centre for Hearing and Communication (CHC) has been observing the day since 1996 to encourage people to do something about bothersome noise... »
heatwave - energy bangla Intense heatwave has gripped India with mercury soaring to 45 degrees in some parts of the country, meteorological department officials said Thursday. In the southern state of Telangana, at least 37 people have died due to the heatwave since the beginning of this month, India’s official broadcaster All India Radio (AIR) said. “Yesterday, severe heatwave conditions were prevailing at many places over Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi,” a statement issued... »
rampal-protest-energybangla-328x205 Soumya Dutta, an energy expert and green activist of India warned saying that, the Rampal Power Plant would have a long-term disastrous impact on the adjacent Sundarbans and local inhabitants. Soumya Dutta addressed in a roundtable organised by ‘All for Sunderbans’, a civil society platform, in the capital’s Mahakhali area on today and said that, the under construction coal-fired power plant of Rampal would only harm the nature of adjacent... »
weather The Bangladesh government and the World Bank have signed a $113 million agreement to modernise weather forecasting and early warning systems. The project includes the development of a community-level early warning system for flash floods, thunderstorms and droughts in the Netrakona, Sunamganj, Rajshahi and Naogaon districts that will affect more than 1 million people. The project will also develop information kiosks in 487 Upazilas and display boards at 4,051 Unions... »
Bangladesh-energy-bangla-348x205 The world’s weather is changing more rapidly than expected because of the temperature all over the world, which is rising day by day. Cold is not felt that much in the winters nowadays, the storm comes before the rainy season. As a whole, the complexion of the seasonal variety in Bangladesh is also changing. In fact, at present, it is difficult to experience the beauty of autumn, late autumn and... »
world water day-energybangla The World Water Day-2017 is being observed in the country and elsewhere across the globe today in a befitting manner with the theme “Wastewater”. The United Nations General Assembly designated March 22 as the World Water Day since 1993, following a resolution taken in Rio, Brazil, in 1992 when demands were made to designate a special day for water resources. Focusing attention to the importance of freshwater and advocating for... »
forest day-energybangla Today is 21st of March, Countries around the world including Bangladesh are observing this day as the International Day of Forests. In countries like Bangladesh, social forestation would be a source of income for the marginal and poor people, said the forest conservators and government officials. The Government is observing the day with a motto saying, “Forests are the home of energy sources of nature”- let’s conserve our forest and... »

Four-day conf on renewable energy kicks off at DU

Tawfiq-E-Elahi Urges Young Gen For Dev Greener Bangladesh

RENEW-EXPO-ENERGYBANGLA Prime Minister’s Advisor on Energy affairs Tawfiq-E-Elahi Chowdhury on Wednesday urged young generation to enroll themselves in green activities for developing a greener Bangladesh. “As we know the energy resources are limited under the surface. We should move to use the alternative or renewable energy that will help us to develop a sustainable environment. The guardians and educational institutes should be inspired the young generation about the renewable energy as... »
bapa-energybangla-337x205 Environmentalists from Bangladesh demanded to decommission and demolish the infamous Farakka and Gajoldoba barrage and at the same time ensuring fair water share in the trans-boundary Ganges and Teesta rivers. The demands were made at a press conference jointly organised by Bangladesh Poribesh Andolon (Bapa) and Jatiya Nodi Rokkhya Andolon in the wake of International Day of Action for Rivers, 2017 at the city’s Dhaka Reporters Unity (DRU) on today.... »