Climate Change

The wheels are turning

The wheels are turning

Climate change is the common enemy we all need to face by JEAN-SALMAN MARRE January 10, 2022 By the end of 2021, there have been numerous judgements of COP26, from deeply pessimistic to hopelessly optimistic. However, it is important to acknowledge the full breadth of...

Who bears this burden?

Who bears this burden?

COP 26: Loss and damage evaded again but recognised This was lush, abundant farmland. Who will bear this loss? ©A J GHANI/FRIENDSHIP by TAHMEED CHAUDHURYDecember 1, 2021 A critical issue in the recently concluded COP26, loss and damage gained recognition at the summit...

Frontline voices echo in Glasgow

Frontline voices echo in Glasgow

Villager from Protapnagar, Satkhira speaks in support of mangrove afforestation at COP26 A field staffer and community member from Protapnagar, Satkhira speak at an event at COP26 in Glasgow. FRIENDSHIP NEWS DESKNovember 8, 2021 Mojibur Sana did not have a comfortable...

Filling the climate action gap

Filling the climate action gap

by LEOPOLDO MONCADAOctober 29, 2021 The survival of our environment, ecosystems and natural resources currently hangs in the balance. The consequences of the anthropogenic climate breakdown are affecting the developing world disproportionately, although the impacts...

Why I am going to COP26

Why I am going to COP26

by KAZI AMDADUL HOQUEOctober 29, 2021 A woman fetches potable water for her home. ©A J GHANI/FRIENDSHIP On the edge of the largest mangrove in the world, home of the famous Royal Bengal Tiger, I met Krishna Rani. The rhythm of the tides of the Bay of Bengal, the ebb...