Enforced disappearance of natural forest conservators from Sundarbans: de jure vs. de facto

Imtiaz Ahmed Sajal

Imtiaz Ahmed Sajal

LLM Student in International Law at South Asian (SAARC) University, New Delhi, India
Imtiaz Ahmed Sajal is currently pursuing LLM in International Law at South Asian (SAARC) University, New Delhi, India. He serves as an Editor in Chief of the Bangladesh Law Digest (BDLD).
He is more interested to do research on different environmental issues in Bangladesh. He has already written a good number of articles on environment adjudication of Bangladesh and some of them have already been published in various law journals and dailies.
Imtiaz Ahmed Sajal

Tigers serve as the ‘natural forest conservators’ of the Sundarbans, the largest single mangrove forest on earth. They serve as

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Common people’s access to the environment courts of Bangladesh: an appraisal

Imtiaz Ahmed Sajal

Imtiaz Ahmed Sajal

LLM Student in International Law at South Asian (SAARC) University, New Delhi, India
Imtiaz Ahmed Sajal is currently pursuing LLM in International Law at South Asian (SAARC) University, New Delhi, India. He serves as an Editor in Chief of the Bangladesh Law Digest (BDLD).
He is more interested to do research on different environmental issues in Bangladesh. He has already written a good number of articles on environment adjudication of Bangladesh and some of them have already been published in various law journals and dailies.
Imtiaz Ahmed Sajal

Focus Keyword: Environment Court Act 2010 In response to various international conventions, treaties and protocols Bangladesh has developed new environmental

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Reflections on environmental adjudication regime

Md. Ahsan Habib

Md. Ahsan Habib

Lecturer at Eastern University, Bangladesh
Md. Ahsan Habib is an adviser and contributor to Bangladesh Law Digest. He did his LLB and LLM from University of Dhaka. He is currently working as a lecture in Law at Eastern University, Bangladesh.
Md. Ahsan Habib

Focus Keyword: Bangladesh Environment Court Act 2010 Due to a peculiar geo-economic stand Bangladesh is facing a double jeopardy in

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