Updated: Dec 28, 2019
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According to Shishir Reza an environmental analyst and associate member of Bangladesh
Economic Association, wrote an article in the Dhaka Tribune “Breathing In Poison"
The population’s behavior towards the environment and mother nature are continuously changing. The phrase “neo-liberalism” has fueled this culture aggressively. Mainstream,
economic growth is primarily associated with global warming and climate change.
As a result, assimilation magnitude of the Earth is declining because of random manipulation of natural resources. If petroleum, coal, and natural gas were not used for manufacturing industries and automobiles, the release of carbon dioxide would not have made the environment so dangerous and risky for living.
However, it needs extensive change for the collective agreement world and resources utilization. With the sustainable economy and environmental safety, the present-day organization in France, New Zealand, and Japan have blown in some fresh air.
Environmental organization and management strongly suggest the socio-economic evolution of society, as well as the dependability of biosphere and individual eco-systems. Pollution management agreements between local government and industries are an essential part of environmental management.
This style of correspondence secures control of noise, water, air, land, stench, radioactive waste, river pollution, industrial contamination, physical chemical, and biological monitoring of the forest, waste oversight, and not only a comprehensive level, but on a fundamental scale.
Community -based and politico-economic capital can be built both at coast-to-coast and local levels through pollution control contract.
All types of industries -- agriculture,textiles, manufacturing, food, construction, and mining can follow the standard level of pollutant secretion and management systems ordered by government influence.
In Bangladesh, there are 21 divisions of environment at the regional level which are predominantly incapable of tracking and managing environmental tragedies.
Also, Bangladesh is a land of forests, water, minerals, and land resources generally placed at the domestic level. But a breach between policy formation and admiration of environmental laws is widely portrayed by less translucent operation of the environmental establishment, improvised administrative operations, insufficient workforce, and vital public contribution at the primary level.
In the last two decades, Bangladesh has gained stable growth in different sectors: Industrialization, infrastructure development, health care, food productivity, social safety
nets. In zone-centered expansion solely embraced the preservation of natural resources and all practicable steps to ensure the overalls management of environmental practices in the development history of the country.
The national allegiance of the country pioneered recent trends of the environmental movement in Bangladesh to Stockholm Conventions in 1972, which herald the formulation of first Water Pollution Control Ordinance in 1973 followed by Environment Pollution Control Ordinance in 1977.
In 1985, the Department of Pollution Control Ordinance was organized, which was later renamed and arranged as the Department of Environment. The objective of environmental protection through national attempt was first acknowledged and declared with the approval of the Environmental Policy 1992.
Within that time, very few ecological system directives and instructions have been put into action. Until the present date, Bangladesh Environment Conservation Act 1995 serves as the only legal ground work for Environment Conservation Rules (1997) that mainly deals with conservation and enhancement of environmental standards for controlling and mitigating climate pollution.
Bangladesh needs pollution authority consensus between local government and trade industries to oversee and supervise waste and sewage treatment plant is operational,
waste recycling systems, river encroachment, and pollution. Daily, we are venerable to motor vehicles and construction-induced noise pollution, cell phone towers electromagnetic radiation, and overindulgent usage of pesticides.
Air induced pollutants and crops that have been growing in the same vicinity, and animals are reared for sale in the proximity, in forest areas, modification of natural environment, and of course integrated environmental development, all constituents that have an obstructive consequence.
An understanding of pollution management can lead to advancement for a collaborative and integrated move closer to environmental reliability through power-sharing blueprint
among governmental role players and comparative decentralization within precipitous administration.
A variety of research has exhibited that the execution of ecological strategies has been hampered due to some bureaucratic and functional limitations.
consequently, the present condition calls for intermittent analysis, revision, moderation, improvement, and proper fulfillment of the operating programs as part of the
environmental control master plan.
The responsibility of the district government is crucial for a sustainable environment.
There are two essential constituent of a local governance structure: Judgement permitted to the community executive to adhere to the crucial practical functions that authorize them to be the spokesperson desired for the citizens in the resolution process, and implementation that hold the local administration liable.
The time has come to enlist the magnitude of regional ministry in commercial pollution supervision; begin the custom of polluting the environment, construct green products align the company’s image, actively tract the noise, water, land, stench, and air amazingly, it would be directed at introducing more people-oriented companies to
incorporate the environmental sustainability and profitable growth for Bangladesh.