Regular radio talk show Bigyan o Poribesh (Science and Environment), on-aired twice in every month at the government owned radio channel Bangladesh Betar. It is on-aired 16 January 2016 and hosted (moderator and script writer) by Aminul Islam Sujon.
Being as moderator, I’ve provided introduction and introduce guest speakers. Environment of water bodies in dry season become a challenge. So in this radio talk show we talked how to ensure eco system of water bodies in Bangladesh.
One guest speaker is Mr. Abu Naser Khan, founder of environmental movement in Bangladesh and currently chairman of Poribesh Bachao Andolon (POBA- Save the Environment Movement). He talked why water bodies are important, role of water bodies to ensure eco system and agriculture. He also emphasized how water bodies are being polluted by chemical based agriculture and industrial waste. He made suggestion to protect all kinds of water bodies from pollution and preserve from illegal grabbing. He also talked on how to ensure nature environment and how to ensure movement of water based transport during dry season.
Another guest speaker is Mr. Syed Saiful Alam Shovan, he is right based young activist in Bangladesh. He talked that, we need to find solution how we can ensure an innovative agriculture system in which using water for agriculture during dry season will reduce, which will help us to preserve water bodies during dry season. All urban community built based on water bodies but nowadays urban community far away from valuable water bodies.
Again, as moderator, I’ve concluded radio talk show with brief summary of the discussions. As we know, there are three different sources of water; from top by rain, collected from underground and surface (river, canal, lake, pond, haor-baor etc.) But surface water is important, that is why not only dry season, for all the time we should be supportive to the government authorities are working to protect our water bodies from pollution and illegal grabbing. I urged to all citizen could play role to save and protect water bodies from pollution in their neighborhood.
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