2 edition of Environmental aspects of the Bangladesh flood action found in the catalog.
Environmental aspects of the Bangladesh flood action
D. B. Dalal-Clayton
1990 by International Institute for Environment and Development in London .
Written in English
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This book outlines disaster risk reduction (DRR) approaches in Bangladesh, drawing examples and lessons from the national and community-level programs, projects, and relevant experiences of the. Flood Action Plan, Government of People’s Republic of Bangladesh Google Scholar French Engineering Consortium and BWDB () Prefeasibility study for flood control in Bangladesh, Cited by: Bangladesh National Environmental Policy (GOB ) sets out the basic framework for environmental action in Bangladesh and paves the way for EIA for all major project interventions.
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Bangladesh is a very flat delta built up by the Ganges—Brahmaputra—Meghna/Barak river systems. Because of its geographical location, floods cause huge destruction of lives and properties Cited by: The book outlines the climate change adaptation (CCA) actions in Bangladesh drawing examples and lessons from different projects and programs in the country.
The content is based on a selection of. The flood occurred due to heavy rainfall, which was at three times the normal level for that time of year (Alam and Rabbani,Haque et al., ). The flood inundated 43% of the city, causing Author: Uttama Barua, Mohammad Shakil Akther, Ishrat Islam.
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