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Dhaka, 4th June 2017. Today in seminar held in Cirdap auditorium political leaders, civil society and embassy officials emphasize esteranization of culture and economy which has long history and long heritage, the also urged for strengthening regional cooperation in Bay of Bengal region with BIMSTEC (a regional state association) to tap Blue Economy especially for the benefit of people of the region in sustainable manner. The seminar title “ Blue Economy : Bangladesh and Bay of Bengal Regional Cooperation” organized by COAST a NGO working for coastal poor in Bangladesh with the assistance from American Center as a part of…

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This book is collection of papers on the issue of blue economy in the bay of Bengal region. The papers have comprehensively addressed the present and future prospects of ocean centric development and economic activities for BIMSTEC member countries. They have also addressed the possible strategies in respect of their own country context and future economic opportunities those included the structural development for ocean-based trading, shipping and tourism for country growth and development. Papers also have tried to find out the opportunities of sector cooperation in necessary areas to enhance the regional cooperation and facilities towards sustainable development in this…

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This paper titled The Bay of Bengal at the Crossroads: Potentials for Cooperation among Bangladesh, India and Myanmar is based on deliberations at an international conference on “The Future of the Bay of Bengal” held in Kolkata on 3-4 March, 2014 organized by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. It says Historically, the BoB region has played the crucial role of a connector – where trade, commerce and cultures were intertwined for centuries. Improving political relationships among the governments of Bangladesh, India and Myanmar and the settlement of long-standing maritime territorial disputes provide an opportune time to explore trilateral cooperation in resources sharing, inter-linking connectivity…

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As the Bay of Bengal is a large marine ecosystem and stands by seven other countries, the management of its living resources and its habitats is not only lies responsibility with Bangladesh but also an exclusive task for all the neighboring countries.This publication is the outcome of a workshop held at Chittagong, to review the environmental aspects of the Bay of Bangladesh water. The report will be helpful for multi-sectoral users to understand environmental scenario of the Bay of Bengal. Click here for report

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