Category Archives: TREE PLANTATION

Government should give more attention to the development of forest sector

Bangladesh from the time immemorial is well-known as evergreen landscape to the world and its abundance in natural resources also attracted numerous world famous travelers towards this dreamland. But, today…

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Tree plantation programme takes a turn of sustainable social movement in Bangladesh ……..…………………….……. says Yunus Ali

With sustained political commitment of the government the national tree plantation programme has emerged as a social movement in Bangladesh, said Md. Yunus Ali, Chief Conservator of Forests, in an…

3.Apoarup Chowodury

Strengthening regional cooperation for wildlife protection

The objective of the Strengthening Regional Cooperation for Wildlife Protection Project (SRCWP) is to assist the participating governments to build or enhance shared capacity, institutions, knowledge and incentives to collaborate…

4. Samsul Alam

Challenges to natural resources and poverty alleviation in Bangladesh

Development aims at meeting human needs. Social and ecological factors must be taken into cognizance if development has to be sustainable. The intent of development is to procreate maximum benefit…

An overview of social forestry in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a densely populated country in the world and land is very scarce resource in the country. Here per capita forest is about 0.02 ha which is the lowest…

6. Atiqul Azim

Well managed forests has low risk of wildlife damage

Managing for a variety of wildlife species to lower the risk of wildlife damage usually has involved one or both of the following strategies: (1) managing for habitat diversity, and…

7. Faruque Hossain

The common langurs of Keshabpur in Bangladesh

Keshabpur is a upozilla under Jessore District and situated about 40 Km from Jessore city by the side of the River Kapotakha. Keshabpur was famous for its child the great…

8. Loskar

Forest and economic development

Despite the efforts that have been put into communication by the forest sector, the public is generally not aware of how essential forests are in terms of services and products…

9. Dewan Zafrul Hassan PP

Coastal afforestation in Bangladesh and its role

Bangladesh is a low-lying deltaic country at the confluence of mighty river systems, namely the Ganges the Brahmaputra and the Meghna. The land is deep, fertile and flat. Most parts…

10. Sofiul Alam Chowdhuty

Bamboo, cane and murta plantation in Bangladesh

Among the minor forest products of the country, Bamboo, Cane and Murta are considered as valuable and important forest commodities in Bangladesh. It also plays an important role in the…