Bangladesh has immense potential to utilize the Blue Economy concept for the betterment of its economy. To attain the expected goal different stakeholders should work together. Some recommendations can be drawn below for the useful implementation of the Blue Economy concept in our country.
News, indicators and facts of the work of the Green Fiscal Policy Network and our partners in Bangladesh.
P4G Seoul Summit unites world leaders for inclusive green recovery, serves as stepping stone for next climate COP
P4G Seoul Summit wrapped up on May 31, proclaiming global inclusive green growth in Seoul Declaration. The Summit called for global cooperation in climate change response; developed countries announce support for
23.10.2018 – Demand for energy is poised to increase rapidly in Bangladesh. Since a pricing reform for natural gas is off the table and the government will not accept taxation of
20 September 2018 – At the 2nd Annual Bangladesh Dissemination Event on Green Growth, economists and environmental experts suggested the implementation of environmental fiscal reforms. For instance, the country is still
Greening Public Financial Management for Sustainable Development: A Green Fiscal Framework for Bangladesh
This paper offers suggestions on how principles of environmental conservation and sustainable use of natural capital can be embedded in, and delivered through the public finance mechanism (PFM) system of
2 June 2017 – The government of Bangladesh has backtracked on plans to impose a carbon tax in its final budget proposal. In the run-up to the budget announcement, the
This Policy Research working paper is a product of the Energy and Extractives Global Practice Group at the World Bank Group. The paper provides an overview of experiences with fossil
This guide is intended to help citizens understand energy subsidies in Bangladesh. The guide discusses the size of subsidies to different energy types, the segments of society that benefit the