Here are the published stories of the renewable energy of Bangladesh. Zulker focuses his writings on the success of solar energy and the use of energy efficiently in Bangladesh. His reports focused on the concept of ‘Energy Democracy’.
Zulker works with the Climate Tracker to report climate resiliency for vulnerable women and access to climate finance.
His portfolio involves in the Climate Tracker South Asia network, which improves the environmental consciousness of youth.
Energy democracy: Ensuring electricity to all
Publishers: The Himalayan Times
Publish Date: March 29, 2018
Brief of the article: This article is about ‘Energy Democracy’. As energy access is a key struggle for justice in the world, the concept of ‘energy democracy’ hence can be the next tipping point to improve the quality of life for the world’s most disadvantaged and poor.
A Harsh Reality of Bangladesh: Water Security, Salinity Intrusion, and Internal Migration
Publishers: Eurasia Review
Publish Date: April 30, 2018
Brief of the article: This article is on how Bangladesh in a most vulnerable situation in terms of water security in recent years, salinity intrusion in the coastal region, and internal migration which has been increased already.
Is solar irrigation a groundbreaking success for Bangladesh?
Publishers: Dhaka Tribune
Publish Date: October 11th, 2017
Brief of the article:
It is a story on the new way of extracting groundwater using solar energy in Bangladesh. The use of solar energy in irrigation is now owing to cost-effective financing and an innovative business model.
Success on Solar Irrigation System in Bangladesh yet to achieve
Publishers: Sun Connect
Publish Date: October 17th, 2017
Brief of the article:
This report is on the groundbreaking success of the solar irrigation system in Bangladesh. It describes how farmers are moving in solar-run irrigation pumps instead of the diesel pump.
Climate Change and Spread of Dengue and Malaria in Asia
Publishers: Glokal Khabar
Publish Date: October 27th, 2017
Brief of the article:
This report describes how climate change creating new uncertainties for human exposure to vector-borne diseases like dengue fever and malaria.
A Portfolio of Environment and Climate Change Journalism
Here is the portfolio of Zulker Naeen, a freelance journalist, on environmental and climate change issues.
Zulker Naeen covers stories of climate change-induced food insecurity, natural calamities, and migration. As a citizen of one of the most climate-vulnerable nations, Zulker focuses his work on climate change. He works with the Climate Tracker to report climate resiliency for vulnerable women and access to climate finance.
His portfolio involves the Climate Tracker South Asia network, which improves the environmental consciousness of youth.
Zulker is also one of the Bangladeshi to win the South Asia Fellowship under Climate Tracker, is a global media network that closely works on Climate Change.
Zulker has completed the Train the Trainer: Effective Climate Change Communication, an initiative to convert this workshop resource into replicable modules, to empower qualified journalists to deliver training on the major climate journalism topics, and to establish a certification process for journalists.
He has a master’s degree in Communications and a bachelor’s degree in Media Studies and Journalism from the University of Liberal Arts, Bangladesh.
He has developed courses with the support of other Climate Tracker staff. As a young climate advocate, his fellowship aims to share knowledge of climate change.
Communicating Climate Change is to promote knowledge on climate change issues and to cover journalism skills. We’re opening this extensive course to prepare the next climate journalist.
To promote Climate Journalism in Bangladesh, Zulker Naeen is opening up a course to prepare the next journalist. With this great objective, a team will run a three-month campaign to introduce this course among students with an extensive collaboration of the interested partners.
Moreover, this campaign aims to teach students between graduate and post-graduate.
A social media campaign will run to promote this course. University faculty, expert, practitioners, and journalist will engage with this initiative.
Key objectives of this course:
1. To give basic knowledge on climate change issues
2. To guide the participants on climate journalism topics
3. To launch a certification process for participants who wish to publish an article as a trainee journalist.