World Environment Day Special Issue by Bangladesh Environment Network
Today there is concern that the period since the emergence of humans is part of a mass reduction in biodiversity, the Holocene extinction, caused primarily by the impact humans are having on the environment, particularly the destruction of plant and animal habitats. In addition, human practices have caused a loss of genetic biodiversity. The relevance of biodiversity to human health is becoming a major international issue, as scientific evidence is gathered on the global health implications of biodiversity loss.
Seminars, exhibitions, rallies film festivals, publication, community events and much more will be happening around the world to celebrate the world Environmental day. Bangladesh Environment Net Work joins with all environment friends around the world to build safer world for the mankind.
We are happy & thankful to Chief Editor priyo Australia a world wide web site came forward to bringing out this special issue on world Environment Day.
Kamrul Ahsan Khan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This Special Issue:
- Climate Change and Bangladesh
- Climate Action Canberra
- The Broader Significance of The Environment Movement in Bangladesh
- Bangladesh's Climate Refugees are in the Lens of Regional Security
- International Climate Justice Tribunal
- Climate Change: Bangladesh Governmentâ��s Initiatives
- How bangladesh should deal with climate change realities
- Building a better informed knowledge based society may help
- The True Colors of the Waters of Bangladesh
- Kade Biponna
- World Environment Day 2010
- Bengal Delta in the Time of Climate Change
- This Beautiful earth is our dream
- Water logging: Evaluating a Priority Issue
- Message from Bangladesh Enviromental Net work