'No More Change in Climate' with this slogan 'Climate Radio' initiative has
been started. This is a on-demand online radio from Bangladesh. On May 2009
it has started by publishing the voice of Sidr victims as audio format. The
purpose of the initiative is to present the voice of Bangladeshi victims in
global stage through the global media Internet. We do believe although this
is a small local content publishing initiative, but have power to reach the
global policy maker and huge number of audience. By the Bangladesh victims
at least one spirit of Northern World will stop to source of green house
gas emission by reducing his/her extra car and emitters; however global
consciousness will be raised to stop Bangladeshi floods and suffering of
climate victims Bangladeshi like venerable counties.
The motivation of the project is to doing campaign in online in favor of
climate change victims, however use of new-media for social good by rising
the grassroots voice worldwide.
In the way, by publishing voice of victims, we have visited a number of
southern districts and Bangladeshi Islands. We have produced a complete
documentary 'Victims' on the issues. However we have recorded the voice of
state head, misters, expert, journalist and voice in climate change
tribunal organized by CSRL/ Oxfam in Dhaka.
Shahjahan Siraj Editor & Publisher
Jahangir Alam Sub-editor and Track Manager
Sujit Kumar Paul Transcript Writer
Matsuzaki Misuzu Advisor
Maruf Barkat Advisor
Editor, Climate Radio
House - 35, Flat-D5, Road-12A (new)
Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka-1209, Bangladesh.
Telephone: + 88 (02) 9119846 | Cell no: +88- 01715212204
Technical support: Machizo Multimedia Communication
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