Category: Publications

  • Climate Tribune | December 2023

    Climate Tribune | December 2023

    Climate Tribune | December 2023 Articles in the series ‘Loss and damage talk around the halls at COP28’ by Nusrat Naushin and Chowdhury Abrar Zahin ‘Reflections on GGA from COP28’ by Savio Rousseau Rozario ‘The unaccomplished agenda of climate finance at COP28 in Dubai’ by Afsara Binte Mirza and Towrin Zaman Raya ‘Beyond Borders: An Indigenous Youth’s…

  • Humanitarian Impacts of Climate Change in Bangladesh

    This study assesses the humanitarian impacts of climate change by identifying vulnerabilities and challenges faced by local communities. The study includes local perspectives, gained through community engagement, ensuring active participation in assessing climate-related impacts. [btn btnlink=”http://website.icccad.net/wp-content/uploads/2024/04/Bangladesh-Report_Humanitarian-Impacts-of-the-Climate-Crisis_compressed-1.pdf” btnsize=”medium” bgcolor=”#3f9e0c” txtcolor=”#ffffff” btnnewt=”1″ nofollow=”1″]The Full Report Available Here [PDF][/btn]   Example fallback content: This browser does not support…

  • Why Bangladesh is running out of options in the face of extreme weather

    The south Asian country is a world leader in climate adaptation, but without more funding the country will struggle to protect its people, a report warns As far back as she can remember, Shahanaz Ali has been running from cyclones. “Moving constantly from one place to another is exhausting,” says Ali. “Nowhere feels like home.”…

  • Event Report | CLIMB Innovation Scaling and National Level LLA Consultation

    The consultation of CARE’s CLIMB project on locally led adaptation was led by ICCCAD on the 18th December, 2023. The consultation consisted of several sessions focusing on unfolding locally led adaptation (LLA) and its eight principles; examples of LLA; piloting local leadership projects; and way forward on improving local leadership through implementing the principles of…

  • Climate Tribune | November 2023

    Climate Tribune | November 2023 Articles in the series CAPACITY BUILDING YOUTH RESOURCES CLIMATE RESILIENCE ACTION SURVIVAL STORY ENVIRONMENT [one_half_last][btn btnlink=”http://website.icccad.net/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/CT_November-2023_compressed.pdf” btnsize=”medium” bgcolor=”#3f9e0c” txtcolor=”#ffffff” btnnewt=”1″ nofollow=”1″] Download PDF[/btn] [/one_half_last]

  • Climate Change Impacts in Bangladesh

    WHAT CLIMATE CHANGE MEANS FOR A COUNTRY AND ITS PEOPLE.

    This report is a scientific synthesis by the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD) in collaboration with Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). It is intended to inform policymakers, media, the private sector, civil society, academics and anyone looking for country-level information on the impacts of climate change in Bangladesh. It has…

  • Event Report | South Asia Resilience Hub- COP28

    This report is the comprehensive session discussion on the South Asia Regional Resilience Hub-2023. This publication has been compiled from the notes taken by the respective rapporteurs from the host organizations and volunteers of ICCCAD. The publication is a summary from the organizer’s point of view and does not necessarily express the views of each participant.…

  • Climate Tribune | September 2023

    Climate Tribune | September 2023 Articles in the series COMMUNITY RESILIENCE CLIMATE RESILIENCE AQUACULTURE EMPOWERMENT SOLUTIONS CLIMATE RISKS SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGES [one_half_last][btn btnlink=”http://website.icccad.net/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/CT_September-2023.pdf” btnsize=”medium” bgcolor=”#3f9e0c” txtcolor=”#ffffff” btnnewt=”1″ nofollow=”1″] Download PDF[/btn] [/one_half_last]

  • Saleemul Huq (1952–2023)

    Saleemul Huq (1952–2023)

    Saleemul (Saleem) Huq was one of the ten most influential climate experts, Advisor to the UAE COP 28 Presidency and Advisor to the UN Secretary General on Climate Change. However, beyond these and other distinctions, he was a compassionate soul who understood the human dimension of climate change to its core. His empathy for those…

  • Overcoming the Odds

    Overcoming the Odds

    This Comic Book highlights the business-unusual scenario of climate finance in the realm of adaptation. This book showcases how local leadership can be promoted through consistent dialogues and consultations amongst the donors, intermediaries and local community. Flexible funding and programming; trust building between donors and local communities; incorporation of local knowledge are some key enablers…

  • Valuing a values-based approach for assessing loss and damage

    Valuing a values-based approach for assessing loss and damage

    Anthropogenic climate change is causing widespread losses and damages to what people value. To date, non-economic loss and damage assessments are commonly guided by predefined ‘types’ of non-economic losses, similar to those proposed by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Instead, we draw from studies conducted in Bangladesh and Fiji to emphasize the…

  • Strengthening Loss and Damage Narrative: Building cohesive voices with policymakers and civil society in Bangladesh

    Strengthening Loss and Damage Narrative: Building cohesive voices with policymakers and civil society in Bangladesh

    Bangladesh has been striving for years to shift its narrative from being climate vulnerability to resilience. Over the years, it has managed to build itself as one of the climate-resilient countries, despite the geographical vulnerability, through building efficient early warning systems, community-led disaster management, and women’s leadership in resilience efforts. However, communities in Bangladesh continue…