Bangladesh is a strong actor in the effort to reduce global carbon emission. This is appropriate as it faces a major adverse burden from global climate change. Although per capita carbon emission is low, total carbon emission in Bangladesh is growing.
Bangladesh’s Ready-Made Garments (RMG) industry remains the backbone of its industrial growth in the coming decades. This paper sought to examine its environmental compliance landscape in terms of the incentives and barriers RMG entrepreneurs face.
This paper Triggering Green Transformation of the Private Sector Through Central Bank-led Initiatives: The role of Bangladesh Bank in mainstreaming green finance in Bangladesh presents a diagnostic assessment of the initiatives undertaken by Bangladesh's central bank to disburse green finance to the private sector. It also proposes a functional conceptualization of the term "green finance" for the national context and spells out a number of recommendations for triggering a green transformation of the private sector through central bank-led initiatives in Bangladesh.
This paper Greening Public Financial Management for Sustainable Development: A Green Fiscal Framework for Bangladesh offers suggestions on how principles of environmental conservation and sustainable use of natural capital can be embedded in, and delivered through the public financial management (PFM) system of Bangladesh.
Economic Dialogue on Green Growth (EDGG), Adam Smith International, UK aid
The study Governance for Green Growth in Bangladesh: Policies, Institutions, and Political Economy conducts an assessment of the regulatory regime in place in Bangladesh as it impacts the potential to pursue a trajectory of green growth.
Many of the investments made in Bangladesh, especially in the manufacturing sector, have contributed to impressive growth in GDP over the last decade, but have presented the threat of locking in the country into an unsustainable development path. In Bangladesh, even though some policy alignments