Md. Mafizur Rahman

A Case Study on Rainwater Harvesting for Drinking Water with Solar Disinfection System

Water crisis is a general term used to describe a situation where the available water within a region is less than the region’s demand. The water security is a shared threat to human and nature and it is pandemic. Earth has a limited…

Researcher(s): Maharam Dakua, Md. Mafizur Rahman

June, 2012

Promotion of low-cost solar lighting system in rural households of Bangladesh

In this book, it is intended to overcome the drawbacks by designing a low-cost solar lighting system, especially for rural people of Bangladesh where the performance of the system was found encouraging. In order to…

Author(s)/Editor(s): Md. Mafizur Rahman

June, 2012

Climate Change Pattern in Bangladesh and Impact on Water Cycle

Bangladesh happens to be in a geographic zone where the impact of climate change is severe. Population density in this part of the world is very dense. Thus impact of climate change – even if it happens for a small zone, impacts a huge number of populations. Adaptation to this changing climate is a national issue.

Author(s)/Editor(s): Kazi Shamima Akter, Md. Mafizur Rahman

December, 2011

Study on Conservation of Water through the Use of Water-Efficient Appliances in Dhaka City

The shortage of safe drinking water remains a pressing issue for the citizens of Dhaka. While the concerned agencies are making continuous efforts to increase the water supply, it’s imperative to consider demand-side management as well to address this challenge. In this context, the research on ‘Conservation of Water through the Use of Water-Efficient Appliances in Dhaka City’ holds significant importance.

Researcher(s): Md. Mafizur Rahman

June, 2011

Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Strategies for Bangladesh

This book focuses on the identification of the possible implication of climate change on environment and economic development of Bangladesh and devising sustainable development framework.

Author(s)/Editor(s): A.B.M. Badruzzaman, Habibur Rahman, Jobair Bin Alam, Md. Ashraf Ali, Md. Mafizur Rahman