Climate Change

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Climate Change

Climate Change

With over 160 million people, Bangladesh is the one of the most densely populated countries in the world. The majority of Bangladeshis rely on the country’s natural resources to support their livelihoods, which places tremendous strain on the environment and economy. Frequent natural disasters, degradation of forest areas and wetlands, and the need to meet the country’s energy demand without endangering the environment are key challenges to address in making Bangladesh more resilient to climate change. PATHWAY works with the Bangladesh Government to respond and adapt to climate change and mitigate its effects on the most vulnerable populations.

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Wth our Journey for Better Human Beings

WHAT WE DO

Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation

Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation

Climate Resilient Interventions

Climate
Resilient
Interventions

Action Research and Capacity Building

Action Research
And Capacity
Building

Knowledge Management and Networking

Knowledge Management and Networking

Ecological Crisis from Plastic Waste

Ecological crisis from plastic waste looms at southern districts in Bangladesh. The villagers of Kalapara and other coastal areas of Patuakhali district are dumping large amounts of plastic waste in aquaculture basins, canals and rivers around their houses. This plastic waste is swept away by the tide down the rivers and finally to the Bay of Bengal and other seas, severely imperiling the environment in the south-western parts of the country. The mangrove forests of the Sundarbans, too, are suffering as a result.