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Bangladesh: Preserving Biodiversity in the Sundarbans

The Sundarbans are the largest mangrove forest and sanctuary for a number of the world's most endangered species. The forest has the largest single population of Bengal tigers in the world. But this unique ecosystem is under threat. We have to act now. We can save the Sundarbans - not just for us, but for generations to come. This documentary is based on the study ‘Securing a Resilient Future for the Bangladesh Sundarbans’ supported by the Australian, British, Netherlands, Norwegian, and Finnish governments and the South Asia Water Initiative. The study was coordinated with Ministry of Environment and Forests (MOEF) and Bangladesh Forest Department (BFD) and had contributions from international experts, IUCN Bangladesh, CEGIS, IWM and BCAS.

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AMJAD

- Mar 28, 2022
good

Bhishma

- Mar 13, 2022
Interesting!

Mariam

- Feb 26, 2021
interesting

MOHAMMAD

- Feb 4, 2021
Great Course!

Anvar

- Mar 30, 2020
Interesting!

Andradiet I.J

- Nov 9, 2019
need to overcome the natural damage caused by excessive man made intervention, so the future generation will still be able to enjoy and conserve the biodiversity

Monir

- Apr 23, 2019
Harm for environment & species means harm and negative impact on people livelihood

Jafar

- Mar 31, 2019
Topik Sangat Menarik

Emmanuel

- Sep 12, 2018
Concise and captivating

Ki

- Jul 5, 2018
Interesting! Thanks!
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