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About Climate Change Cell
Acknowledgement
Summery
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About the Course
About the Course
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Proceedings
Inaugural Pre-modular  Session
Module 2 - 4
Module 5 - 8  and Closing
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Lessons from Experience, Follow up, Recommendation
Lessions from Experience
Follow up
Recomandation
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Reading Materials
Selected Reference List
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Annexure
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Annexure
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Participants

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Participants

1.

Mohammad Hussain
Instructor  (Assistant Secretary)
Academy for Planning and Development, Ministry of Planning, Nilkhet, Dhaka 1205
9672356

shammituhin@gmail.com

2

Md. Sirajul Islam
Department of Environment
Paribesh Bhabhan, Agargaon, Dhaka

3

A.K.M Zahurul Alam
Joint District Judge
Ministry of Chittagong Hill Tracts Affairs
7165702 (O)
8959023 (R)

4

Md. Mizanur Rahman
Executive Engineer
Bangladesh Water Development Board
0171 566060 (T&T)
9565342 (O)
8650389 (R)
9565342
mizanurbd2004@yahoo.com
mizanurbd2004@gmail.com

5

Mohammad Anwar Pasha
Senior Assistant Secretary
Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs
7161273 (O)
9674199 (R)

6

Md. Didarul Alam
Executive Engineer
Bangladesh Water Development Board
0172 540050
9565342 (O)
8016315 (R)
9565342

7

Md. Rustom Ali Khan
Deputy Conservator of Forest
Forest Department, Bon Bhabhan, Mohakhali, Dhaka

8

Md. Hasan Shahriar
Water Resources Planning Organization (WARPO), House-103, Road-1, Banani, Dhaka-1213
9889354

mhshahriar@yahoo.com

9

Md. Zakir Hossain
Deputy Director
BPATC, Savar, Dhaka
771001076 – 4135
9120023 (R)

zakir6443@yahoo.com

10

Md. Jahid Hossain
Scientific Officer (Groundwater)
Water Resources Planning Organization (WARPO), House-103, Road-1, Banani, Dhaka-1213
0154 329788

jahid972004@yahoo.com

11

Raihana Siddiqui
Deputy Conservator of Forest
Forest Department
9898961 (O)

12

Md. Masud Alam
Water Resources Planning Organization (WARPO), House-103, Road-1, Banani, Dhaka-1213
0191 420090

masudwre96@yahoo.com

13

Md. Ekram Ullah
Senior Scientific Officer
Water Resources Planning Organization (WARPO), House-103, Road-1, Banani, Dhaka-1213
0175 064922
9883456
(Attention)
bd.ekram@gmail.com

14

Dilruba Yasmin
Senior Assistant Chief
Energy & Mineral Resource Division
9570658 (O)
966 4784 (R)

dilruba@sdnbd.org

15

Mohammad Alamgir
Senior Scientific Officer (Forestry)
Water Resources Planning Organization (WARPO), House-103, Road-1, Banani, Dhaka-1213
8814554, 881556-309

alamgirforester@yahoo.com

16

Jahan Ara Begum
Senior Assistant Secretary
Ministry of Industries
9555220

jvel@bdcom.com

17

Naheed Sultana
Forum of Environmental Journalists Bangladesh (FEJB)
9330354
9336987

fejb@bangla.net

18

Md. Abul Kalam Azad
Senior Assistant Secretary
Ministry of Chittagong Hill Tracts Affairs MoCHTA

8361796 (R)
8312510

19

Abu Taher
Forum of Environmental Journalists Bangladesh (FEJB)
9330354
9336987

fejb@bangla.net
abutaher3@yahoo.com

20

B.U.H. Mst. Akhteruzzahan
Department of Environment
Paribesh Bhabhan, Agargaon, Dhaka

21

Muhammad Shahidul Islam
Forum of Environmental Journalists Bangladesh (FEJB)
9330354
9336987

fejb@bangla.net

22

Md. Billal Hossain
Deputy Director
Department of Environment
Paribesh Bhabhan, Agargaon, Dhaka
0176 157306

23

Md. Ziaul Haque
Department of Environment
Paribesh Bhabhan, Agargaon, Dhaka

 

jenafi2002@yahoo.com
oceans_119@yahoo.com

24

Syed Abu Shoaib
Scientific Officer
Water Resources Planning Organization (WARPO), House-103, Road-1, Banani, Dhaka-1213
0152434347

shoaibmila@yahoo.com

25

Jesmin Ara Begum
Deputy Director
Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre, Savar, Dhaka
7710010-16 extension 4140 (O)
ext – 4440
7710029

26

Md. Akhtaruzzaman
Scientific Officer
Water Resources Planning Organization (WARPO), House-103, Road-1, Banani, Dhaka-1213
0152 478435

munnabuet@yahoo.com

27

Nahid Sultana
Scientific Officer (Soil)
Water Resources Planning Organization (WARPO), House-103, Road-1, Banani, Dhaka-1213
0152 329081

oceans_119@yahoo.com

28

Lucky Ahmed
Chemist
Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation

29

Kazi Saidur Rahman
Scientific Officer
Water Resources Planning Organization (WARPO), House-103, Road-1, Banani, Dhaka-1213

30

Bijoy Ranjan Saha
Department of Fisheries
Matshya Bhabhan, Ramna, Dhaka
9561592 (R)

31

Md. Abul Kalam Azad
Analyst
Department of Environment
Paribesh Bhabhan, Agargaon, Dhaka
9125963 Ext - 125


9118682
azad@doe-bd.org

32

Md. Abdur Rouf Chowdhury
Secretary
Bangladesh Refridgerator  & Airconditioning Merchants Association

33

Dr. Md. Abdur Razzak
Research Officer
Department of Environment
Paribesh Bhabhan, Agargaon, Dhaka
9125963 Ext - 135
9118682
razzak@doe-bd.org

34

Md. Noorul Islam Mia
Livestock Statistical Officer
Department of Livestock Services
Farmgate, Dhaka - 1215
9110115 (O)
8117269 (R)
0171 207949
9118312

35

Farid Ahmed
Deputy Director
Department of Environment
Paribesh Bhabhan, Agargaon, Dhaka
9114828
9118682
farid@doe-bd.org

36

Mirza Shawkat Ali
Deputy Director
Department of Environment
Paribesh Bhabhan, Agargaon, Dhaka
9111379 Ext 123
mirza@doe-bd.com

37

Solaiman Haider
Assistant Director (Technical)
Department of Environment
Paribesh Bhabhan, Agargaon, Dhaka

haider@doe-bd.org

 

 

 

Resource Persons

Abu M Kamaluddin has an academic background in natural science, and professional experience in resource management programmes and projects. He is the National Expert on Risk Assessment and Adaptation to Climate Change in the Climate Change Cell.

Dr. Ahsan Uddin Ahmed has an academic background in natural science, and professional experience in climate change related research, studies, and action. Currently, he is the Executive Director, Bangladesh Unnayan Parishad.

Md. Anisul Islam has an academic background in social science, and professional experience in community based resource management planning and implementation. He also leads in the application and adoption of participatory action plan development (PAPD) processes through consensus building. He is a Director in Centre for Natural Resource Studies

Dr. Asaduzzaman has an academic background in social science, and professional experience in research and studies in sustainable development areas, including climate change. He is a Director at the Bangladesh Institute for Development Studies (BIDS).

Dr. A. Atiq Rahman has an academic background in natural science, and professional experience in research, studies and project implementation on a wide range of issues. particularly on climate change. He is the Executive Director of Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies (BCAS)

Mr. Iftekhar Enayetullah is a Director in Waste Concern.

Dr. Mahfuzul Haque has an academic background in social science, and is a senior government official. He has professional experience in environment, including representing Bangladesh delegation at national and international fora. He is currently the Chairman of Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation.

Mr. A.H. Md. Maqsood Sinha has a degree in Architecture, and professional experience in waste management, waste to energy and Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects. He is the Executive Director, Waste Concern.

Dr. Mizan R. Khan has an academic background in social science and professional experience in environment and climate change. He is the Chair of the School of Environment Science, North South University.

Mr. Mozaharul Alam has an academic background in natural science, and professional experience in GIS application, environment and climate change related studies. He is a Research Fellow at BCAS.

Nasimul Haque has an academic background in social science, and professional experience in the development sector, including environment and climate change. He is the National Expert, Information and Communication in the Climate Change Cell.

Mohammad Reazuddin has an academic background in natural science, and professional experience in the environment sector. He represents Bangladesh in the climate negotiations where he is the LDC group Chair for the second term. He is the Director (Technical – 1) in the Department of Environment and Component Manager of the Climate Change Cell

Mr. Shaheduzzaman is a Deputy Secretary with the Ministry of Environment and Forests.

Dr. Zahurul Karim is an Agriculture Scientist, Former Chairman of Bangladesh Agriculture Development Council (BARC) and former Secretary to the Government of Bangladesh. He is the Executive Director of Arannayak Foundation.

 

Annexure - 3
Training on Climate Change and Bangladesh
Pre-Course Assessment Form
28 February 2006
 

Dear Participant,

Welcome to the Training on CLIMATE CHANGE AND BANGLADESH.
We start by expressing our expectations from this training course.

Please write your training expectation in the space below.

 

What do you think the Government should do to address climate change and possible climate change impacts?

 

Choose the correct answers for the questions

1. What is autonomous adaptation?
a)       Planned adaptation activities, initiated by government agencies
b)       Adaptation measures in the automotive industry
c)       Adaptation activities initiated by private actors

2. What does GEF stand for?
a)       Global Environment Facility
b)       General Economic Forecast
c)       Gender and Environment Forum

3. Which UN organization monitors the implementation of Agenda 21?
a)       UNEP
b)       CSD
c)       ECB

4. CDM projects aim to
a)       Reduce greenhouse gas emissions
b)       Support sustainable development in the host country
c)       Create certified emission reductions (CERs)
d)       All of the above

5. The following are greenhouse gases:
a)       CO2 and CH4
b)       N2O and SF6  
c)       HFCs and PFCs
d)       All of the above

6. The mandate of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is to
a)       develop climate change policies for all its member states
b)       assess scientific information relevant for the understanding of climate change
c)       prepare the evacuation of areas affected by sea level rise
d)       All of the above

7. Which country has not ratified the Kyoto Protocol?
          a)       New Zealand
          b)       Bangladesh
          c)       Australia
          d)       All of the above have ratified the Kyoto Protocol

8. Which of the following is not a target under the Millennium Development Goals?
          a)       By 2015: Halve the proportion of people living on less than a dollar
                   a day and those who suffer from hunger.
          b)       By 2015, reduce by half the proportion of people without access to safe
                   drinking water.
          c)       By 2015, reduce by half the proportion of people who smoke cigarettes.
          d)       By 2015: Reduce by three-quarters the ratio of women dying in childbirth.

 

Annexure – 4

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Presentation

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Climate Change, Impact on Agriculture and Vulnerability Management and Policy Options

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Adaptation to Climate Change

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Global Climate Change: Basic Concepts(science, causes and consequences)

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Day 2

International Processes to address Climate Issues, Concerns

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Bangladesh: Impacts of Climate Change and Climate            

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Variability- Impacts, Vulnerability and Risks

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Climate Change and Sustainable Development

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Day 3

Planning Process and Climate Change: Drawing on Local Knowledge and Building Participation      

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Toward a National Framework for Adaptation to Climate Change

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Way Ahead: How do you address Climate Change?

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Training Materials/Handouts

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Climate Change, Impact on Agriculture and Vulnerability

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Management and Policy Options  Adaptation to Climate Change

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Global Climate Change: Basic Concepts (science, causes and consequences)

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Day 2

International Processes to address Climate Issues, Concerns

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Bangladesh: Impacts of Climate Change and Climate            

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Variability- Impacts, Vulnerability and Risks

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Climate Change and Sustainable Development

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Planning Process and Climate Change: Drawing on Local Knowledge and Building Participation
           

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Toward a National Framework for Adaptation to Climate Change

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Way Ahead: How do you address Climate Change?           

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Interaction
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Climate Change, Impact on Agriculture and Vulnerability Management and Policy Options

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Adaptation to Climate Change

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Global Climate Change: Basic Concepts (science, causes and consequences)

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International Processes to address Climate Issues, Concerns

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Bangladesh: Impacts of Climate Change and Climate Variability- Impacts, Vulnerability and Risks
           

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Climate Change and Sustainable Development

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Planning Process and Climate Change: Drawing Local Knowledge and Building Participation

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Toward a National Framework for Adaptation to Climate Change

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Way Ahead: How do you address Climate Change?           

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Relevance to Participants

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Climate Change, Impact on Agriculture and Vulnerability Management and Policy Options

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Adaptation to Climate Change

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Global Climate Change: Basic Concepts (science, causes and consequences)

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Day 2

International Processes to address Climate Issues, Concerns
           

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Bangladesh: Impacts of Climate Change and Climate Variability- Impacts, Vulnerability and Risks

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Climate Change and Sustainable Development

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Day 3

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Planning Process and Climate Change: Drawing on

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Local Knowledge and Building Participation

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Toward a National Framework for Adaptation to Climate Change

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Way Ahead: How do you address Climate Change?           

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