LongLiveBangladesh seminar: Tipaimukh Dam (Part 1 of 2)





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Published on May 25, 2009

Seminar on Tuesday May 19, 2009 at Marriott Courtyard Arlington Rosslyn, VA.

This seminar discussed two critical issues by experts:

1) Adverse impact feared on Bangladesh environment due to recent Indian decision to construct Tipaimukh Dam on Borak River just a kilometer north of Bangladesh.

2) Performance of Bangladesh Government's first 100 days and the current political crisis in Bangladesh.

Key presenters:
1. Engr. Mahmud M. Hussain (Civil Engineer and Resident Administrator, Virginia Dept. of Transportation)

2. Dr. Saidul Islam (Environmental Sociologist, Faculty at the College of William and Mary, Virginia),

3. Engr. ANSM Ahsan Kabir (Environmental Engineer and Officer, BUET Alumni association)

4. Engr. Masud Rahman (Exececutive Director, BangladeshWatch USA)

This video is primarily on the first part of the seminar (i.e. Tipaimukh Dam)


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