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Mainstreaming Adaptation to Climate Change into Policy and Development: Case Study on Agriculture and Sustainable Food Security in Bangladesh (Published)

Our proposed study set up a long-term national climate adaptation framework for Bangladeshi policy makers. Outcomes of this research absolutely lead to measure the public perception, attitudes and understanding of the level of knowledge and the aspirations and expectations of publics with regard to how they adapted to a changing climate.  This study also identify if there are significant relationship between public perceptions and attitudes of climate change and efficient adaptation framework and plans to introduce some ideas. and concepts on the challenges toward the perceptions and policies as tools for achieving long-term solutions to climate change for the national policy framework.  More specific outcomes are a) understanding of public perceptions, attitudes towards climate change and their adaptation capacity in agriculture, industry and service sectors b) achievement of efficient national  adaptation framework c) enhanced knowledge on future climate change impacts and better capacity building on the long run integrated economic development and finally and d) recommendations and policy tools for achieving long-term solutions to climate change for the national policy framework.

Keywords: Agriculture, Bangladesh, Climate Change, Mainstreaming Adaptation, Policy And Development, Sustainable Food Security


Developing countries are without compromising the environment, environmentally friendly, economic development of Bangladesh is a burning issue and requires a large supply of power. The use of fossil fuels is limited, solar, wind; biomass renewable energy sources such as hydro power limit option might be compensated for the other countries of similar power crisis in Bangladesh are not separated. From the power supply grid connected through three quarters (76%) of the people of Bangladesh. No doubt it is natural gas that has been limited to using a variety of purposes. Mean energy demand alarm output gap is expected to increase exponentially. Despite expectations that renewable energy sources are now in this country, you only have a 0.3% share of renewable energy in the total energy supply. In this article, not only, however, for future use in Bangladesh and the state of renewable energy that can be obtained in Bangladesh to review the renewable energy technologies. It will also try to show that the direction of future research, the use of renewable energy to meet future needs.

Keywords: Bangladesh, Electricity generation, Fossil Fuel, Renewable Energy, Sustainability

Poor power quality issues need smart grid -Bangladesh (Review Completed - Accepted)

This is a very important issue for the end-user utility, and customers, in order to reduce the economic losses due to PQ of the poor, be known by the user and authorities are very important PQ. Cost of height increase and poor PQ. In this paper, we provide insight into the economic losses due to poor power quality. Business risk posed by PQ problem even when exposed to severe loss of financial, one of the real with the industry is a “low-tech”. Economic crisis in the country is not the only factor that lowered the revenue from Asian countries such as Bangladesh. Challenge of this paper is to discuss the detailed practical implementation of the smart grid of Bangladesh and meaning. Smart Grid refers to a power system for improving the reliability and efficiency of the network by responding to system failure automatically. Power quality is a major challenge for developing countries like Bangladesh. Transmission and distribution of power and an important source of high energy efficiency is a fundamental requirement for providing the citizens and economy. I also describe the transmission and distribution of efficient processes to improve the power quality by smart grid.

Keywords: Bangladesh, improve power quality, poor power quality, power quality monitoring, smart grid

Assessment of PV operation in Bangladesh (Review Completed - Accepted)

National shortage of rural electrification and rural development is a fundamental improvements in solar home systems ( SHS ) in the form (PV) photovoltaic technology has been widely used to generate electricity in rural areas in this article predicted limitations and diesel Bangladesh . Photovoltaic (PV) market in explaining the distribution and abundance of renewable energy can be combined. Success has recognized the potential of solar energy. It was a high quality private operator a few companies to improve communication Limited (IDCOL), state agencies, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to bring together a number of basic energy in rural Bangladesh to bring solar PV solar technologies directly to function effectively. Rural electrification, including the lives of the rural poor in general will increase the income of the paper is presented in seven parts: Part 1 and Part 2, and Bangladesh is the purpose of resource potential and current conditions. The development of three market segments technical design , the use of solar cells as IDCOL SHS , followed by analysis of solar PV in Bangladesh Part 4 : Case Studies and Stories Project receiver recognizes student achievement . The higher the quality of life in Palestine Part 5 and 6, and the value of investment properties of manufactured goods, including setting and SHS 7 part of the solar PV 8 shows. Performance is financial aid. Helping Financial Future plans will be reduced by the need to reduce the problem to demonstrate the conclusions drawn in section 9 installed. Solar energy at home with the principles of volatile paper increased from $ 200 million PV market experienced a case study of Bangladesh classes in other parts of Asia began to brew and PV market will be strengthened .

Keywords: Bangladesh, Photovoltaic, Rural electrification, SHS, Zeroing subsidy

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