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buy this book -Sustainable Forest Development in Bangladesh: study of Mandi community


Sustainable Forest Development in Bangladesh: study of Mandi community Paperback – October 13, 2015 by Bibhuti Bhushan Mitra (Author), Md. Mofizul Kabir (Author) available at amazon.com Sustainable forest development in Bangladesh explores the indigenous knowledge of sustainable development practices. Bangladeshi indigenous people live in the hill and forest areas. This book provides the traditional knowledge … Continue reading

Studies on conservation oriented totem and taboos in the ethnic groups of greater Mymensingh region of Bangladesh


    Mitra, B.B.* and Kabir, M.M.**   E-mail: mitra_bibhuti@yahoo.com   **Professor, Dept. of zoology, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh   E-mail: mofizulkabir@yahoo.com   Abstract Totem and taboo play a major role in biodiversity conservation. Totem usually means the animal or plant that is preserved or conserved by the members of a particular social group. … Continue reading

Traditional medicine practices of Greater Mymensingh region of Bangladesh


Bibhuti Bhushan Mitra and Dr. Md Mofizul Kabir Department of Zoology, Jahangirnagar University, Savar , Dhaka   Traditional medicine or treatment based on traditional uses of plants, animals or their products, other natural substances (including some inorganic chemicals), religious verses, cultural practices. Medicine has been in use almost unchanged generation after generation throughout the ages … Continue reading

Hajong and Chakma Communities in Bangladesh : Ethnobiological practices help sustainable development


By Bibhuti Bhushan Mitra According to United Nations World Commission of Environment and Development, sustainable development means meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Hajong community lives in Mymensingh, Sherpur districts and Chakma in Chittagong district. One in plain land and another in hill … Continue reading

Eco-colonialism? Bibhuti Bhushan Mitra


It is very clear that colonialisation bears some specific objectives that may be getting cheap raw materials, cheap labour and a captive market for product manufacturing. Here I have used the term eco-colonialism that means the colonialisation which is a growth to the exploitation of ecology. But how colonialisation damage the ecology? Colonialisation often changes … Continue reading