Kuakata Sea Beach Cleanup Program-2020 __________________________________ EarthReview Team: 1. Md. Nayem Hasan Munna, Dept. of Soil and Environmental Sciences, Barishal University (BU), Bangladesh and Founder of EarthReview 2. Md Omar Faruk, Dept. of Coastal Studies and Disaster Management, BU, Bangladesh Venue: Kuakata Sea Beach, Patuakhali, Bangladesh Date:11th January 2020 Time:11.30 am to 12.30 pm Organized By: 1. Earth Review, 2. Our Green Lab & 3. Bangladesh Soil Club (BU) #EarthReview #ERBeachCleanUp #ERSaveOcean #ERCommunityEvent www.earthreview.org Youtube.com/earthreview
Seminar on Soil, Water, Environment and Climate Change (আমাদের মাটি, পানি, পরিবেশ আর জলবায়ু পরিবর্তন) #Organized_By:
1. Earth Review,
2. Our Green Lab &
3. Bangladesh Soil Club (BU) ___________________________________
#Venue: Henchi Bangabandhu High School, Henchi, Shyamnagar, Satkhira, Bangladesh
Date: 3rd January 2020
Time: 3.30 pm to 5.15 pm
-জলবায়ু পরিবর্তন ও এর প্রভাব, প্রশমন ও অভিযোজন।
-আমাদের বেঁচে থাকার জন্য মাটি, পানি এবং পরিবেশের ভূমিকা।
– লবণাক্ততা জনিত রোগ ও তার প্রতিরোধ ব্যবস্থা – জলবায়ু পরিবর্তনের ফলে লবনাক্ততা বৃদ্ধির প্রভাব ও প্রতিকার।
– লবণাক্ত মাটিতে ফসল চাষ এবং মাটি ও পানির লবণাক্ততাকে কাজে লাগিয়ে অর্থনৈতিক মানোন্নয়নের পদ্ধতি।
– উপকূলীয় আপদ প্রশমন ও প্রতিকার – লবন সহিষ্ণু ধানের অপরিহার্যতা ও উপকারিতা
1. Md. Nayem Hasan Munna, Dept. of Soil and Environmental Sciences, Barishal University (BU) and Founder of EarthReview
2. Tanvir Hossen, Dept. of Soil and Environmental Sciences, BU
3. Mohammad Saiful Islam Chowdhury, Dept. of Soil and Environmental Sciences, BU
4. Md.Rayhan Sojib, Dept. of Soil and Environmental Sciences, BU
5. Easinur Rahman, Dept. of Soil and Environmental Sciences, BU
6. Md Omar Faruk, Dept. of Coastal Studies and Disaster Management, BU
7. Md. Hannan, Dept. of Soil and Environmental Sciences, BU
8. Md. Sabbir Hossain, Dept. of Soil and Environmental Sciences, BU
Plastic Bottle Collection Program | Protect the Earth from Plastic Pollution | Earth Review and BD Clean- Barishal | Barishal University.
Plastic waste is littering our oceans and threatening the lives of millions of marine animals. Seals, whales, dolphins, seabirds, fish, crabs and many other sea animals are dying and becoming sick because of this environmental concern.
A case Study on Socio-economic perspective of Climate change induced community at Mohammadpur in Barishal, Bangladesh. 💥
*Goat Rearing (Provided by GIZ (Goat Rearing project of GIZ).
Climate Change | Urban Management of Migration and Livelihood (UMML) and Urban Management of Internal Migration Due to Climate Change (UMIMCC) | Implemented by GIZ, Barisal City Corporation and SAINT Bangladesh
Directed by: Asif Chowdhury and Rahaman Rana
1. Real time experience of a woman who was migrated due to Climate change induced disaster in Bangladesh, https://youtu.be/0iuEIkKuBOY
2. An interview of a woman who had received goats from Goat Rearing Project of GIZ | Climate Change, https://youtu.be/s1qSmPMu4ps
Payra Sea Port, Patuakhali, Bangladesh.💢
The Port of Payra is a small seaport in southern Bangladesh. It was established by an Act of Parliament in 2013. The port was officially inaugurated in 2016. It is located on the Ramnabad Channel near the Bay of Bengal.💙
Thanks to Ali Reza Sir.✨
Meteorological Radar Station, Khepupara, Kalapara, Patuakhali, Bangladesh.
The operation of a new radar station at Khepupara in Patuakhali is beginning today to monitor tropical cyclones generated in the Bay of Bengal and strengthen the early warning system to reduce casualties by natural disasters.
Visiting Rakhain Ethnic Community, Kuakata, Patuakhali, Bangladesh
Rakhain, The an ethnic community from arakan who migrated to Bangladesh in late 18th century and settled in the coastal districts of cox’s bazar and patuakhali. Rakhains have a long history and culture of several thousand years old.
A walkway made out of wood at the Akash Lina Eco-Tourism Centre, located beside the Sundarbans in Shyamnagar upazila in Satkhira collapsed on Tuesday morning.
The authority says the walkway that was on the estuary of the Chuna and Malancho river, collapsed due to the river erosion. Further, one fishing spot and selfie zone adjacent to the walkway also broke down, incurring heavy loss to them.