It is now well-recognised that the impacts of climate change will have significant economic costs in climate vulnerable countries.
The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty is an opportunity to not only acknowledge the difficulties the poor face worldwide but also to make the concerns on poverty heard by all,...
In today’s world, business is not only about profit, employment, income, and growth. Hence, it is not only about economic sustainability—it is also about social and environmental sustainability.
The most important climate talk at the highest political level—since the Paris climate conference in 2015—is set to take place in Glasgow, Scotland this year, from October 31 to November 12.
The recent crisis that has been created in the emerging e-commerce sector of Bangladesh is another example of financial fraudulence in the country.
A few years back, a reputed non-governmental think tank in Europe saw its sad demise after more than two decades of operation.
The world is passing through unusual times, with the Covid-19 pandemic forcing countries to adopt policies which would otherwise not be adopted.
In recent years, Bangladesh has seen a rise in electronic commerce along with other countries around the world.
In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020, global brands and buyers had either cancelled or postponed imports of apparel from Bangladesh. Later, towards August and September 2020,
The inequality in accessing vaccines to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic is growing.