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Annotated BibliographyAbu Mostafa Kamal UddinBernhard G. GunterShamim Ara BegumNasimul HaqueRalf ErnstJanuary 2010Comprehensive Disaster Management Program (CDMP)Government of the People’s Republic of BangladeshBangladesh Development Research Center (BDRC)

Climate Change and BangladeshAnnotated BibliographyPlease note that this Annotated Bibliography is provided only electronically as: (i) it contains300 hyperlinks/website addresses which provide readers further information, (ii) the electronicversion allows readers to search the contents, and (iii) it is planned to be updated frequently.Please check the BDRC’s website (http://www.bangladeshstudies.org/Climate.html) or theClimate Change Cell’s website (http://www.climatechangecell-bd.org/) for the latest availableversion.Date of this version:January 5, 2010[Previously published versions:May 19, 2009, January 15, 2009; November 27, 2008; and October 27, 2008]Published jointly byClimate Change CellComponent 4b, CDMPDepartment of EnvironmentRoom 514, Paribesh BhabanAgargaon, Dhaka 1207BangladeshBangladesh Development ResearchCenter (BDRC)2508 Fowler StreetFalls Church, VA 22046-2012United StatesPhone: ( 880) 2 911 1379 (ext. 147)Cell: ( 880) 1753-73657Phone: ( 1) 703-532-4893Cell: ( 1) 571-309-3261E-mail: ngecell-bd.org/E-mail: dies.org/CreditsLayout: Md. Abdullah-Al-Mamun and Bernhard G. Gunter 2010 by Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and Bangladesh DevelopmentResearch Center Inc. (BDRC); excluding the copyrights of abstracts/summaries, which remainwith the copyright holder of those abstracts/summaries as indicated in this bibliography.ii

About the Climate Change CellThe Climate Change Cell has been established in the Department of Environmentin 2004 under the Comprehensive Disaster Management Program (CDMP) of theGovernment. It responds to the recognition that Bangladesh is particularlyvulnerable to the effects of climate change, and that the number and scale ofclimate-related disasters is likely to increase.Climate change will have far-reaching effects across many sectors. The Cellprovides the central focus for the Government’s climate change related work,operating as a unit of the Department of Environment (DoE) under the Ministry ofEnvironment and Forests (MoEF).Its objective is to enable the management of long term climate risks anduncertainties as an integral part of national development planning. This willcontribute to the primary objective of the wider Comprehensive DisasterManagement Programme, which aims to strengthen the capacity of the Bangladeshdisaster management system to reduce unacceptable risks and improve responseand recovery activities.Meeting these objectives will enable more effective and sustained povertyreduction through the reduction of disaster and climate risks within the overalldevelopment process.About the Bangladesh Development Research Center (BDRC)The BDRC is a non-profit research organization, incorporated with the specificpurpose to undertake and disseminate research on development issues relevant forBangladesh in order to foster the peaceful development of nations. The BDRC isformally recognized as a tax exempt public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of theInternal Revenue Code of the United States of America. The BDRC has beenincorporated in January 2007.iii

AcknowledgementWe express our gratitude to all the experts and professionals who provided valuable informationon the state and status of various initiatives taken to generate knowledge on climate relatedissues.In this respect we extend our thanks to Ian Rector, Chief Technical Adviser, ComprehensiveDisaster Management Programme (CDMP) and Mohammad Reazuddin, Director, Department ofEnvironment (DoE) for their motivation and support that has served as the basis to develop thisannotated bibliography.Acknowledgement is due also to various DoE professionals, particularly Mirza Shawkat Ali andZiaul Haque, who devoted their attention in understanding the need and expectation for thisbibliography; as well as to Dr. Ahsan Uddin Ahmed of Bangladesh Unnayan Parishad and Dr.Zahurul Karim of Arannayak Foundation, who reviewed the 2006 draft and had provided usefulinformation.Last but not least, we want to thank all authors listed in this bibliography for contributing to theknowledge on climate change in Bangladesh as well as all publishers of such knowledge,including among others, A. A. Balkema Publishers; Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies;Bangladesh Unnayan Parishad; Blackwell Publishing Ltd.; Cambridge University Press, ElsevierB.V.; John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.; Kluwer Academic Publishers; Macmillan; OverseasDevelopment Institute; Oxford University Press; SAGE Publications; Springer; St. Martin’sPress; Taylor & Francis Group; The University Press Ltd.; United Nations University Press, andThe World Bank. The copyrights of abstracts/summaries remain with the copyright holder ofthose abstracts/summaries as indicated in this bibliography.Abu M. Kamal UddinBernhard G. GunterClimate Change CellBangladesh Development Research Centeriv

ContentsPart – IShort Bibliography1-33Part I contains the short (not annotated) references of thisbibliography, alphabetically sorted by author. Subject toavailability, we provide hyperlinks/website addresses for eachitem. As of January 5, 2010, this bibliography contains 406items.Part – IIAnnotated Bibliography34-203Part II contains all information of Part I, plus an abstract orsummary for each item. In most cases, we have edited thepublished abstracts/summaries to focus on the relevant parts,simplify language and/or spell out acronyms. In case noabstract/summary was available or suitable, we have created theannotation or used an excerpt, a conclusion, or the content. Inany case, we have noted any copyrights to the best of ourknowledge.Part – IIIGeneral Climate Change ResourcesPart III contains the names of and links to some 70 websiteresources, structured into four sections: (a) main internationalorganizations working on climate change; (b) researchcenters/institutes that focus on climate change; (c) websites ofnetworks and/or websites with specific tools, projects, etc.; and(d) climate change related newsletters specifically onBangladesh.v204-209

Part – I: Short BibliographyAbdullah, M. (2008) “Influence of Climatic Changes on the Abundance of Major Insect Pests ofSugarcane”, Presentation made at the International Symposium on Climate Change and Food Security ma08 present.html.Adger, W. Neil; Nigel W. Arnell; and Emma L. Tompkins (2005) “Successful adaptation to climatechange across scales”, Global Environmental Change, Vol. 15, pp. 77-86.Adger, W. Neil; S. Agrawala; M. Monirul Qader Mirza; C. Conde; K. O’Brien; J. Pulhin; R. Pulwarty; B.Smit; and K. Takahashi (2007) “Assessment of adaptation practices, options, constraints and capacity”,in: M. L. Parry, O. F. Canziani, J. P. Palutikof, P. J. van der Linden and C. E. Hanson (eds.) ClimateChange 2007: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability -- Contribution of Working Group II to the FourthAssessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), (Cambridge, UK:Cambridge University Press), pp. 717-743 (Chapter 17); available at: 4-wg2-chapter17.pdf.Adger, W. Neil; Saleemul Huq; Katrina Brown; Declan Conway; and Mike Hulme (2003) “Adaptation toclimate change in the developing world”, Progress in Development Studies, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 179-195.Aerts, Jeroen (1997) Spatial Tools for River Basins and Environment and Analysis of Managementoptions (STREAM), Applications for Sea Level Rise (Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Vrije Universiteit,December).Ågerup, Martin; Thompson Ayodele, Jose Cordeiro, Franklin Cudjoe, Juan Ricardo Fernandez, JuanCarlos Hidalgo, Martin Krause, Leon Louw, Barun Mitra, Julian Morris, Kendra Okonski, and MichaelOluwatuyi (2004) Climate change and sustainable development: A Blueprint from the k.net/uploaded/pdf/cc sd final.pdf.Aggarwal, P. K.; P. K. Joshi; J. S. I. Ingram; and R. K. Gupta (2004) “Adapting food systems of the IndoGangetic plains to global environmental change: key information needs to improve policy formulation”,Environmental Science & Policy, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 487-498.Agrawala, Shardul (ed.) (2005) Bridge over Troubled Waters: Linking Climate Change and Development(Paris: Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD)); available at:http://www.oecd.org/document/18/0,3343,en 2649 34361 36172306 1 1 1 1,00.html.Agrawala, Shardul; Tomoko Ota; Ahsan Uddin Ahmed; Joel Smith; and Maarten van Aalst (2003)Development and Climate Change in Bangladesh: Focus on Coastal Flooding and the Sundarbans (Paris:Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)); available .Ahmad, Mirza Arifah; Mozaharul Alam; Md. Rabi Uzzaman; and Mizanur Rahman (2009) “ClimateChange Vulnerability Mapping in Urban Area: A Case Study in Khulna City”, Presentation made at the3rd International Conference on Community Based Adaptation (CBA) to Climate Change, ay6/ts-ivd/Arifah-P3.pdf.Ahmad, Qazi Kholiquzzaman (2003) “Regional Cooperation in Flood Management in the GangesBrahmaputra-Meghna Region: Bangladesh Perspective”, Natural Hazards, Vol. 28, No. 1 (January), pp.191-198.Ahmad, Qazi Kholiquzzaman (2006) “Changement climatique, inondations et gestion des crues: le cas duBangladesh”, Herodote, No. 121, pp. 73-94.1

Ahmad, Qazi Kholiquzzaman (2006) “Sustainable Development: From Community Approaches to FloodVulnerability Reduction to Climate Change Adaptation in South Asia”, Presentation made at the ClimateChange and Sustainable Development (CC&SD) Workshop (Delhi, April 7-8); available p/new dehli workshop/UNDESA%20presentations/Day1/Session3/UN DESA New%20Delhi 2006 QK%20Ahmad.ppt.Ahmad, Qazi Kholiquzzaman and Ahsan Uddin Ahmed (2004) “Regional Cooperation in FloodManagement in the Ganges Basin: Bangladesh Perspective”, in: M. Monirul Qader Mirza (ed.) TheGanges Water Diversion: Environmental Effects and Implications (Dordrecht, The Netherlands: KluwerAcademic Publishers), pp. 305-325 (Chapter 14).Ahmad, Qazi Kholiquzzaman; R. A. Warrick; Neil J. Ericksen; and M. Q. Mirza (1994) The Implicationsof Climate Change for Bangladesh: A Synthesis (Dhaka: Bangladesh Unnayan Parishad, BriefingDocument No. 7); also published in: Richard A. Warrick and Q. K. Ahmad (eds.) The Implications ofClimate and Sea-Level Change for Bangladesh (Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer AcademicPublishers), pp. 1-34.Ahmed, Ahsan Uddin (2000) “Adaptability of Bangladesh’s Crop Agriculture to Climate Change:Possibilities and Limitations”, Asia Pacific Journal on Environment and Development, Vol. 7, No 1(June) pp. 71-93.Ahmed, Ahsan Uddin (2003) “Climate Variability and Flood: Climate Variability and Flood: ObservedCoping Mechanisms in Bangladesh”, Presentation made at the 13th Stockholm Water Symposium(August 11-14).Ahmed, Ahsan Uddin (2004) A Review of the Current Policy Regime in Bangladesh in Relation toClimate Change Adaptation (Khulna, Bangladesh: CARE-RVCC Project).Ahmed, Ahsan Uddin (2005) “Adaptation Options for Managing Water-Related Extreme Events UnderClimate Change Regime: Bangladesh Perspective” in: M. Monirul Qader Mirza and Qazi KholiquzzamanAhmad (eds.) Climate Change and Water Resources in South Asia (Leiden, The Netherlands: A. A.Balkema Publishers), pp. 255-278 (Chapter 10).Ahmed, Ahsan Uddin (2005) “Application of Solar Energy for Mitigation of Greenhouse Gases inBangladesh” in: M. Eusuf (ed.) Solar Photovoltaic Systems in Bangladesh- Experiences andOpportunities (Dhaka: The University Press Ltd. and Bangladesh Center for Advanced Studies), pp. 171181.Ahmed, Ahsan Uddin (2005) “Toward integrating adaptation to climate change in current policy regime:perspectives on Bangladesh’s water resources and associated sectors”, Asia Pacific Journal onEnvironment and Development, Vol. 12, No.1, pp. 35-54.Ahmed, Ahsan Uddin (2006) “Bangladesh: Climate Change Impacts and Vulnerability - A Synthesis”(Dhaka: GoB, MoEF, Department of Environment, Climate Change Cell, July); available s/06ccimpactvulnerability.pdf.Ahmed, Ahsan Uddin and A. Atiq Rahman (2000) “Review of Activities Towards the NationalCommunication of Bangladesh to the UNFCCC” in: Ahsan Uddin Ahmed, W. Chantanakome, Y. Jung,A. Karyadi, S. Mulandar, T. Onchan, J. Parikh, A. Rahman, K. Ramakrishna, R. Sharma, G. Singh, Y. T.Velasco, and Z. Zhang (eds.) Asia Looking Ahead. Initial Stages of National Communications Reporting(Washington, DC: The Wood Hole Research Center; also published by BCAS in 1999 as an advancedversion).Ahmed, Ahsan Uddin and Mozaharul Alam (1999) “Development of Climate Change Scenarios withGeneral Circulation Models”, in: Saleemul Huq, Z. Karim, M. Asaduzzaman, and F. Mahtab (eds.)Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change for Bangladesh (Dordrecht, The Netherlands: KluwerAcademic Publishers), pp. 13-20.2

Ahmed, Ahsan Uddin and N. Haque (2002) “Managing Climate Change”, in: Qazi KholiquzzamanAhmad and Ahsan Uddin Ahmed (eds.) Bangladesh: Citizens’ Perspectives on Sustainable Development(Dhaka: Bangladesh Unnayan Parishad, August), pp. 143-151 (Chapter 19).Ahmed, Ahsan Uddin; M. Reazuddin; and K. Islam (1996) “Bangladesh Emissions of Greenhouse Gases–Preliminary Findings”, in: B. V. Braatz, B. P. Jallow, S. Molnar, D. Murdiyarso, M. Perdomo, and J. F.Fitzgerald (eds.) Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventories: Interim Results from the US Country StudiesProgram (Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers), pp. 161-170.Ahmed, Ahsan Uddin; Mozaharul Alam, and A. Atiq Rahman (1999) “Adaptation to climate change inBangladesh: future outlook”, in: S. Huq, Z. Karim, M. Asaduzzaman, and F. Mahtab (eds.) Vulnerabilityand adaptation to climate change for Bangladesh (Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer AcademicPublishers), pp. 125-143.Ahmed, Ahsan Uddin; N. A. Siddiqi; and R. A. Choudhuri (1999) “Vulnerability of Forest Ecosystems ofBangladesh to Climate Change”, in: Saleemul Huq, Z. Karim, M. Asaduzzaman, and F. Mahtab (eds.)Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change for Bangladesh (Dordrecht, The Netherlands: KluwerAcademic Publishers), pp. 93-113.Ahmed, Ahsan Uddin; Saleemul Huq; Z. Karim; M. Asaduzzaman; A. Atiq Rahman; Mozaharul Alam;Y. Ali and R. A. Chowdhury (1996) “Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessments for Bangladesh”, in: JoelB. Smith, Saleemul Huq, S. Lenhart, L. J. Mata, I. Nemesova, and S. Toure (eds.) Vulnerability andAdaptation to Climate Change: Interim Results from the US Country Studies Program (Dordrecht, TheNetherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers).Ahmed, Sabbir; Salma Begum; and Sajjad Zohir; in association with Khan Zohirul Islam (2006)Assessing Macro Impacts of Community-Based Fishery Management (CBFM) in the Inland Open WaterFishery Sector: An Analytical Exercise with Projections (Dhaka: Economic Research Group (ERG),December).Ahsan, S.; M. R. Hoque; M. S. Osman; M. J. Babar; M. Shawkat; S. A. Begum; M. Rahman; and K. R.Islam (2008) “Agricultural and Environmental Change in Bangladesh in Response to Global Warming”,Presentation made at the International Symposium on Climate Change and Food Security in South .ch/pages/prog/wcp/agm/meetings/rsama08/rsama08 present.html.Alam, A. M. Shafiqul (2008) “Effect of Global Warming with Arsenic Mobilization in Sediments of theRiver Padma in Bangladesh”, Presentation made at the International Symposium on Climate Change ngs/rsama08/rsama08 present.html.Alam, Khurshid; Naureen Fatema; and Wahida Bashar Ahmed (2008) “Case Study: Gender, HumanSecurity and Climate Change in Bangladesh”, in: The Women’s Environment and DevelopmentOrganization (WEDO) with ABANTU for Development in Ghana; ActionAid Bangladesh; and ENDA inSenegal (eds.) Gender, Climate Change and Human Security -- Lessons from Bangladesh, Ghana andSenegal (Dhaka: The Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO), pp. 47-59;available at: case-study.pdf.Alam, Mozaharul (2004) “Adverse Impacts of Climate Change on Development of Bangladesh:Integrating Adaptation into Policies and Activities”, Capacity Strengthening in the Least DevelopedCountries (LDCs) for Adaptation to Climate Change (CLACC) Working Paper No. 1 (London:International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), and Dhaka: Bangladesh Centre forAdvanced Studies (BCAS)); available at: am, Mozaharul (2008) “Current Climate Change Adaptation Research in Bangladesh”, Presentationmade at the International Planning Workshop on Conceptualizing Effective and Efficient Adaptation3

Policies to Climate Change in Bangladesh, esentation Alam.pdf.Italy(May20‐22);availableat:Alam, Mozaharul and Atiq Rahman (2008) “Adaptation to climate change: Beyond 2012”, in: YasukoKameyama, Agus P. Sari, Moekti H. Soejahmoen, and Norichika Kanie (eds.), Climate Change in Asia:Perspectives on the Future Climate Regime (Tokyo: United Nations University Press), pp. 195-209(Chapter 13).Alam, Mozaharul and Atiq Rahman (2008) “Development and climate change policy-making process inBangladesh”, in: Yasuko Kameyama, Agus P. Sari, Moekti H. Soejahmoen, and Norichika Kanie (eds.),Climate Change in Asia: Perspectives on the Future Climate Regime (Tokyo: United Nations UniversityPress), pp. 51-65 (Chapter 4).Alam, Mozaharul and Laurel A. Murray (2005) “Facing Up to Climate Change in South Asia”, London:International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), Gatekeeper Series, No. 118 (April);available at: http://www.iied.org/NR/agbioliv/gatekeepers/gk abs/documents/GK118.pdf.Alam, Mozaharul and M. D. Golam Rabbani (2007) “Vulnerabilities and responses to climate change forDhaka”, Environment and Urbanization, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 81-97.Alam, Mozaharul; A. Atiq Rahman; Nasimul Huq; and Sughra Arasta Kabir (2000) In confrontingclimate change: economic priorities and climate protection in developing countries (Washington, DC:National Environmental Trust, and Dhaka: Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies (BCAS); availableat: http://www.eldis.org/fulltext/bcas3.pdf.Alam, Mozaharul; Ain-Un Nishat; and Saad M. Siddiqui (1999) “Water Resources Vulnerability toClimate Change with Special Reference to Inundation”, in: Saleemul Huq; Z. Karim; M. Asaduzzaman;and F. Mahtab (eds.) Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change for Bangladesh (Dordrecht, TheNetherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers), pp. 21-38.Alam, Sarder Shafiqul and Aminur Rahman (2009) “Enhancement of Adaptive Capacity of DroughtVulnerable Community in North-West Region of Bangladesh”, Presentation made at the 3rd InternationalConference on Community Based Adaptation (CBA) to Climate Change, Dhaka, Bangladesh SIC-P3-Sarder%20S.%20A.pdf.Alam, Sarfaraz (2003) “Environmentally Induced Migration from Bangladesh to India”, StrategicAnalysis, Vol. 27, No. 3 (Jul-Sep); revised paper available at: 2003/jul/Sarfaraz.pdf.Alauddin, Mohammad and Clement Allan Tisdell (1998) The Environment and Economic Development inSouth Asia: An Overview Concentrating on Bangladesh (New York: St. Martin’s Press).Alauddin, Mohammad and Hasan Samiul (eds.) (1999) Development, Governance and the Environmentin South Asia: A Focus on Bangladesh (London: Macmillan).Alauddin, S. M.; Dwijen Mallick; and Zahirul Islam (2009) “Advancing Community Adaptation toClimate Change by Building Local Capacity in Coastal and Floodplain Ecosystems in Bangladesh”,Presentation made at the 3rd International Conference on Community Based Adaptation (CBA) n.pdf.Ali, Anwar (1996) “Vulnerability of Bangladesh to Climate Change and Sea Level Rise through TropicalCyclones and Storm Surges, Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, Vol. 92, No. 1-2 (November), pp. 171-179.4

Ali, Anwar (1999) “Climate change impacts and adaptation assessment in Bangladesh”, ClimateResearch, CR Special 6, Vol. 12, No. 2/3, pp. 109-116; available at: Ali, Anwar (2000) Vulnerability of Bangladesh Coastal Region to Climate Change with AdaptationOptions (Dhaka: Bangladesh Space Research and Remote Sensing Organisation (SPARRSO)); availableat: http://www.survas.mdx.ac.uk/pdfs/3anwaral.pdf.Ali, Anwar (2003) “Impacts of Climate Change on Tropical Cyclones and Storm Surges in Bangladesh”,in: D. A. Quadir, K. Prasad, and M. A. Hussain (eds.) Proceedings of SAARC Seminar on ClimateVariability in the South Asian Region and its Impacts (held on 10-12 December 2002) (Dhaka: SAARCMeteorological Research Center (SMRC)).Ali, Ayub; A. E. Mynett; and Mir Hammadul Azam (2007) “Sediment Dynamics in the Meghna Estuary,Bangladesh: A Model Study”, Journal of Waterway Port Coastal and Ocean Engineering, Vol. 133, No.4, pp. 255-263.Ali, M. Y. (1999) “Fish Resources Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change in Bangladesh”, in:Saleemul Huq; Z. Karim; M. Asaduzzaman; and F. Mahtab (eds.) Vulnerability and Adaptation toClimate Change for Bangladesh (Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers), pp. 113124.Ali, S. I. and Saleemul Huq (1990) International Sea Level Rise: National Assessment of Effects andPossible Responses for Bangladesh (Dhaka: Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies (BCAS)).Allison, Edward H.; Allison L. Perry; Marie-Caroline Badjeck; W. Neil Adger; Katrina Brown; DeclanConway; Ashley S. Halls; Graham M. Pilling; John D. Reynolds; Neil L. Andrew; and Nicholas K. Dulvy(2009) “Vulnerability of national economies to the impacts of climate change on fisheries”, Fish eat:http://www.imcsnet.org/imcs/docs/vulnerability of fisheries.pdf.Allison, Edward H.; Perry, Allison L.; Badjeck, Marie-Caroline; Neil Adger, W.; Brown, Katrina;Conway, Declan; Halls, Ashley S.; Pilling, Graham M.; Reynolds, John D.; Andrew, Neil L.; Dulvy,Nicholas K. (2009) “Vulnerability of national economies to the impacts of climate change on ocs/vulnerability of fisheries.pdf.Amadore, L., W. C. Bolhofer, R. V. Cruz, R. B. Feir, C. A. Freysinger, S. Guill, K. F. Jalal, A. Iglesias,A. Jose, S. Leatherman, S. Lenhart, S. Mukherjee, J. B. Smith, and J. Wisniewski (1996) “Climate changevulnerability and adaptation in Asia and the Pacific: Workshop summary” Water, Air, & Soil Pollution,Vol. 92, Nos. 1-2 (November), pp. 1-12.Amin, Shah Mohammad Ashraful and Sareka Jahan (2009) “Adaptation to Climate Change forSustainable Disaster Risk Reduction: A Perspective from Bangladesh”, Presentation made at the 3rdInternational Conference on Community Based Adaptation (CBA) to Climate Change, ay6/ts-ivb/D6-TSIVB-P2.pdf.Arnold, Margaret; Robert S. Chen; Uwe Deichmann; Maxx Dilley; Arthur L. Lerner-Lam; Randolph E.Pullen; and Zoe Trohanis (eds.) (2006) Natural Disaster Hotspots Case Studies, (Washington, DC: es/0821363328.pdf?&resourceurlname 0821363328.pdf.Asada, H.; J. Matsumoto; and R. Rahman (2005) “Impact of Recent Severe Floods on Rice Production inBangladesh”, Geographical Review of Japan, Vol. 78, No. 12, pp. 783-793.Asaduzzaman, M. (1994) “Bangladesh Country Report”, Climate Alert, Vol. 7, No. 4 (July-August).5

Asaduzzaman, M. (2008) “Policy Response of Bangladesh to Climate Change”, Presentation made at theInternational Symposium on Climate Change and Food Security in South Asia (Dhaka, August 25-29);available at: a08/rsama08 present.html.Asaduzzaman, M.; M. Reazuddin; and Ahsan Uddin Ahmed (eds.) (1997) Global Climate Change -Bangladesh Episode (Dhaka: Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Ministry ofEnvironment and Forest (MoEF), Department of Environment (DoE)).Asian Development Bank (ADB) (1994) Climate Change in Asia: Bangladesh Country Report, (Manila,The Philippines: Asian Development Bank, Regional Study on Global Environmental Issues Series).Asian Development Bank (ADB) (2008) People’s Republic of Bangladesh: Strengthening the Resilienceof the Water Sector in Khulna to Climate Change (Manila, The Philippines: Asian Development Bank(ADB), Technical Assistance Report, Project No. 42469 (December); available N-TAR.pdf.Asian Development Bank (ADB) (2009) People’s Republic of Bangladesh: Supporting Implementation ofthe Bangladesh Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan (Manila,ThePhilippines:AsianDevelopment Bank (ADB), Technical Assistance Report, Project No. 42478-01, February); available -TAR.pdf.Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC); Institute of Water Modeling (IWM); Center forEnvironmental and Geographic Information Services (CEGIS); and School of Earth and AtmosphericSciences, Georgia Institute of Technology (2004) Climate/Flood Forecast Applications for Water-RelatedDisaster Mitigation in Bangladesh: Technology Transfer, Capacity Building and Demonstrations(Bangkok, Thailand: Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC); Dhaka: Institute of Water Modeling(IWM); Dhaka: Center for Environmental and Geographic Information Services (CEGIS); and Atlanta,GA, USA: School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology (March)).Ayers, Jessica (2009) “Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change: Strengthening Resiliencethrough Development”, Environment (Science and Policy for Sustainable Development), Vol. 51, No. 4(July-August), pp. 22-31; available at: yers, Jessica M.; Bernhard G. Gunter, and John D. Shilling (eds.) (2008) Proceedings of theInternational Planning Workshop on Conceptualizing Effective and Efficient Adaptation Policies toClimate Change in Bangladesh (held at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Study and Conference Center inBellagio, Italy, May 20-22), (Dhaka: Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies; Falls Church: BangladeshDevelopment Research Center; London: International Institute for Environment and Development; andArlington: Millennium Institute); available at: .pdf.Azad, Abul K.; S. W. Nashreen; and J. Sultana (2006) “State of Energy Consumption and CO2 ?request get-document&doi 3B2&ct 1.Azam, Jean-Paul (1996) “The impact of floods on the adoption rate of high yielding rice varieties inBangladesh”, Agricultural Economics, Vol. 13, pp. 179-189.Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies (BCAS) (1996) Bangladesh Least Cost Greenhouse GasAbatement Strategy (Dhaka: Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies (BCAS) with BUET, BIDS andBUP).Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies (BCAS); and Department of Occupational and EnvironmentalHealth, National Institute of Preventive and Social Medicine (NIPSOM) (2009) Climate Change andHealth Impacts in Bangladesh (Dhaka, Bangladesh: GoB, Ministry of Food and Disaster Management,and Ministry of Environment and Forests, Department of Environment (DoE), Climate Change Cell,6

Climate Change Adaptation Research (date on cover: December 2008)); cations/ResearchDocs/CCHealth Jan%2709.pdf.at:Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies (BCAS); Resource Analysis (RA); and Approtech (1994)Vulnerability of Bangladesh to Climate Change and Sea Level Rise. Concepts and Tools for CalculatingRisk in Integrated Coastal Zone Management (Dhaka: Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies (BCAS),and Delft, The Netherlands: Resource Analysis (RA), and Approtech Consultants Limited).Barlow, Mathew; Heidi Cullen; Brad Lyon; and Olga Wilhelmi (2006) “Drought Disaster in Asia”, in:Margaret Arnold; Robert S. Chen; Uwe Deichmann; Maxx Dilley; Arthur L. Lerner-Lam; Randolph E.Pullen; and Zoe Trohanis (eds.) Natural Disaster Hotspots Case Studies (Washington, DC: The sources/0821363328.pdf?&resourceurlname 0821363328.pdf.Barnett, Jon and W. Neil Adger (2007) “Climate Change, Human Security and Violent Conflict”,Political Geography, Vol. 26, No. 6 (August), pp. 639-655.BASTOB Initiative for Peoples’ Self-Development in association with Centre for Global Change (CGC)(2009) Climate Change, Gender and Vulnerable Groups in Bangladesh (Dhaka, Bangladesh: GoB,Ministry of Food and Disaster Management, and Ministry of Environment and Forests, Department ofEnvironment (DoE), Climate Change Cell, Climate Change Adaptation Research (date on cover:December2008));availableat:http://

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on the work of its forty-seventh session, which was held in New York, from 7-18 July 2014, and the action thereon by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and by the General Assembly. In part two, most of the documents considered at the forty-seventh session of the Commission are reproduced. These documents include .