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Investigation into the Asia Pacific Region: Bangladesh- Human Environment

Year 10 Elective Geography

World Population Review

According to current population projections, Bangladesh’s population will reach its peak in 2053 with a population of 192.78. 

BBC Country Profile- Bangladesh


Bangladesh is one of the world's most densely populated countries, with its people crammed into a delta of rivers that empties into the Bay of Bengal.


Bangladesh is one of the world’s most densely-populated nations. Much of the country is a low-lying river delta that floods annually during the monsoon season and is vulnerable to erosion and extreme weather. Caritas Australia is working in Bangladesh to improve health care for mothers and their babies, advance women’s rights, and help with urgent environmental problems.


Bangladesh’s socio-cultural environment contains pervasive gender discrimination, so girls and women face many obstacles to their development. Girls are often considered to be financial burdens on their family, and from the time of birth, they receive less investment in their health, care and education.

Virtual Bangladesh


Virtual Bangladesh is an award winning site about the beautiful nation of Bangladesh.Born in 1994 as the first comprehensive web-site on Bangladesh, one will find here almost everything there is to know about Bangladesh. From her history and geography, to her culture, language and literature. From images and sounds that describe Bangladesh’s charm to little known esoteric facts. Welcome and be enthralled by the beauty that is Bangladesh.


Bangladeshi politics has been dominated by two women for decades; current Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and the leader of the opposition, Khaleda Zia.Despite this, women's rights have largely been ignored.One reason why so many women remain voiceless is because so few of them are represented in the rest of the political arena.Al Jazeera's Shamim Chowdhury reports from Dhaka.

The extreme poverty of Bangladesh. 


This film features Bangladesh's crucial fight against climate change and its destiny hanging by a thread.

SBS Cultural Atlas

Bangladesh is a relatively young sovereign state,  however, it has an ancient heritage as part of the historic region of Bengal, located in South Asia. The region’s struggles with colonialism and the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War have shaped modern Bangladesh.

CIA World Factbook

All you need to know about Bangladesh

World Economic Forum


Many see Bangladesh as a 'market’ of over 30 million middle- and affluent-class people and a ‘development miracle’. To me, our strengths are the societal values and peoples’ trust in Bangladesh.

Environmental Justice Foundation

Worldwide, climate change is destroying livelihoods, infrastructure and communities, forcing people from their homes, towns and even countries. In 2016 alone, extreme weather-related disasters displaced around 23.5 million people. This does not include the people forced to flee their homes as a consequence of slow-onset environmental degradation, such as droughts, sea level rise and melting permafrost. Bangladesh is on the frontline of these impacts.

UN Habitat

UN-Habitat has been facilitating national government, city authorities and people in Bangladesh to reduce inequality, promote living standards of urban poor communities to achieve SDGs and implementing New Urban Agenda.

The World Bank

Every year Bangladesh loses about $6.5 billion, or about 3.4 percent of its 2015 GDP, which may be caused by pollution and environmental degradation in urban areas. A new World Bank report shows that Bangladesh is among the countries that are most affected by pollution. The country urgently needs to take strong measures to prevent environmental degradation and pollution.


Bangladesh is a Muslim-majority nation with a democratic, parliamentary system of government and a population of approximately 165 million people.