Why ICZM (Integrated Coastal Zone and Management) is necessary in Bangladesh: From the perspective of Marine Biodiversity

The most vulnerable species of coastal zone of Bangladesh are sea-turtle, sharks and ray fishes. The integration in this sector is very necessary for the following reasons Bringing An End To Unplanned Fishing Due to unsustainable and improper fishing a huge number of sharks and ray fishes are being caught as bycatch. In Bay of Bengal the shark population is decreasing. There has been no … Continue reading Why ICZM (Integrated Coastal Zone and Management) is necessary in Bangladesh: From the perspective of Marine Biodiversity

Human over non-human

Times were there when humans used to get scared of his own surroundings but time came when humans had control over his surroundings by agricultural revolution. As science and technology came humans got control over nature and as time advanced humans started to dominate nature through by extracting resources and dumping wastes on it. By the end of eighteenth century the start of quantum realm … Continue reading Human over non-human

Bangladesh’s ‘Marine Drive’: At a glance

Originally posted on Team Turtle:
The massive coastal construction dubbed as ‘marine drive’ is planned to be an 80-kilometer long road connecting Cox’s Bazar town and Teknaf peninsula. Along the world’s longest unbroken beach ridges, the road is something which many conservationists opine as unnecessary and harmful for the protected areas and critical ecosystems present on the both sides. On the eastern side of the hills,… Continue reading Bangladesh’s ‘Marine Drive’: At a glance