Unexplained buildings and extra tourism are in danger



teknaf correspondent:
There are mixed reactions in the Government’s initiative to evacuate tourist nights and illegal structures in St. Martinin, one of the most attractive tourist island of the country. Cox’s Bazar District Assistant Director Saiful Al-Ashraf said on September 16 last night, “Environment Rally on the island of St. Martin, we have been trying for the last 15 years to ban tourists from the night.” The island of St. Martin is an environmentally extremely compact area. Island is a coral island But the construction of additional tourist arrivals and unplanned multi-storied buildings has made the island more compromised. If it continues, the island cannot be protected. After a long time, we applaud the policy decision of the government.
Meanwhile, St. Martin’s Island Chairman Nur Ahmad thanked the minister’s announcement and said that more than 8,500 people live in 1,535 families in the country’s only coral island, St. Martin. Number of voters 3,304 Residential Hotel has 84 Tourism is one of the main source of income for islanders. People on the island of St. Martin will travel, tourists will travel, but there will be no hotels and tourists cannot spend the night – if implemented, islanders will face extreme financial woes. Before implementing the decision, there must be an alternative source of income for the islanders.
According to environmentalists and local conscious people, the impact of global climate change will cover 42 percent of the area in the next century. In addition to coastal areas like Bagerhat, Khulna, Satkhira, Barguna and Patuakhali, other areas like Jessore, Sylhet will also be submerged in saline water in the sea. As temperature increases in the rate of carbon emissions rising in the world, most of the land will disappear in the ocean. Besides, natural disasters such as extreme rainfall, drought, river erosion and lightning are increasing. The world’s temperature is increasing and the climate is changing. This will increase the height of the sea by 23 centimeters by 2050. Due to this, 18 percent of the country’s soil will be submerged. If the increase of 69 cm in height by 2100, sea water will enter 42 percent of Bangladesh’s land.

Millions of people will be refugees. To stop this process, the new land will be started with the crossdam in the sea. The effects of climate change are beginning to fall. With the increase in temperature, the frequency of lightning increased worldwide. Since 2010, in Bangladesh 7 years, 2, 29 people died in lightning. Most of them are farmers. Lightning in the future will increase further. Climate change will increase the temperature further. This will increase the rate of lightning. The United States, China, India, Japan, which are responsible for climate change, a large part of it is rarely being misused. But Bangladesh is not responsible for climate change, but most of those who will be affected by the loss, Bangladesh is initially on the list. More than usual
Due to the rains, the rice is wasted. The future of rice cultivation will be brought forward. In addition to protecting the forest resources of the country, planting more trees and reduces pollution of nature. Bangladesh is the worst hit due to unexpected changes in climate. The country should be the victim of a far-reaching adverse impact of the environmental disaster, the country on the coast of the South Asian region of Bay of Bengal. By 2100 sea level height can be increased to three feet worldwide. With this, warm climate can cause huge changes in the global environment. The world will have to face such dire situations due to uncontrolled carbon and waste emissions. Developing countries, including Bangladesh, are very less responsible for the disruption of the environment, but they have to be victims of losses. However, it is said to take necessary steps to prevent possible adverse reactions, but the developed countries are not saying anything. At the same time, the state of the affected states is not accepting compensation. As the rise in sea level, sea-level countries like Maldives, Kiribati and Fiji will lose most of their land. Millions of people of Bangladesh will become insecure due to coastal areas. Many of the world’s landmasses are at risk of sea level rise. However, Bangladesh has topped all the list of possible damages.. Just thinking about the consequences of their own sins, the developing countries have been thinking of folding their forehead. Not only is the sea level rising temperature also the cause of fear of developing nations.
Bangladesh’s top climate scientist and executive director of the Center for Advanced Studies (BCAS) Atiq Rahman said, ‘This is the question of global justice. Those states that are emancipating the population of the developing state to refugees should give shelter to the distressed people. The refugees have the right to shelter. By the height of sea level, by 1750, 17 percent of Bangladesh’s land will become flooded and 20 million people will become displaced by 2050. Climate scientists and politicians agree with this. Although such measures are being taken to counter adverse effects, it is a matter of concern that frequent tidal floods in the revering country. One study found that about 1.5 million people came to the capital Dhaka from the Bay of Bengal. They are living in slums.


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