Restoring Springs and Reviving Endangered Fish: A Community-Led Conservation Success Story in Bangladesh
Indigenous effort in Bangladesh helps reverse endangered fish’s slide to extinction
January 21, 2024
Be a part of the incredible journey to preserve biodiversity, protect natural springs, and revive endangered species like the putitor mahseer fish. Learn how local communities, supported by USAID and UNDP, are making a real impact. Together, we can ensure a sustainable future for our environment and the generations to come. Discover more about this inspiring story and get involved today
Cooperative Farming Makes Bangladesh’s Coastal Women Farmers Climate-Resilient
This blog by Rafiqul Islam explores the transformative journey of Bangladeshi women cooperative farmers in coastal regions. Through the Local Government Initiativ...
A solution to find solutions: uniting young minds to tackle climate change
Discover how young minds from around the world are uniting through the Climate Innovation Challenge (CIC) to tackle real-world climate challenges. This blog explo...
Experimenting the Potentials of Dried Fish in Bangladesh's Blue Economy: Expanding Local and International Market through Blue Tourism
In Bangladesh, the tradition of drying fish offers both a source of protein and economic opportunity, especially for coastal communities. While traditional drying...
Green Kuakata: A Youth-led Initiative to Conserve Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
Kuakata, known for its breathtaking natural beauty, faces environmental challenges from tourism. Youth-led initiatives aim to balance tourism and biodiversity thr...