Abdun Naqib Jimmy

Abdun Naqib Jimmy
Jahangirnagar University · Department of Environmental Sciences

MSc Environmental Science (Climate Change and Disaster Management)

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Introduction
Abdun Naqib Jimmy currently works at UNFPA's Country Programme Office. Jimmy is a practitioner of Life Cycle Assessment, a robust tool under the field Industrial Ecology. Besides LCA, Jimmy enjoys exploring various other fields and enjoys academic writing.

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Publications (14)
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The world is heading towards sustainability. Environmental dimension of sustainability is getting momentum and therefore it is imperative to know the peril through environmental load of a product, process, or activity throughout its life cycle. This study focuses on life cycle assessment (LCA) of rice production in Bangladesh, the fourth highest pr...
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Bangladesh, a low-lying deltaic region, is bordered by the mighty sea, the Bay of Bengal, towards its south and hence, the south-western regions are susceptible to immense salinity intrusion due to natural disasters, sea-level rise and the disappearing mangroves. This phenomena is further aggravated in the areas of research – Koyra and Shymnagar –...
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In this study, an attempt has been made to simulate the Heat Wave conditions in temperature range of ≥ 36ºC and its associated thermodynamic features over Bangladesh from 19 may to 25 May, 2017, using Advanced Research and Forecasting Model (WRF-ARW)-version 4.0. The WRF model was run for 6 days on a single domain of 10 km. horizontal resolution, u...
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Lawachara National Park (LNP) is one of the most renowned protected areas in Bangladesh and a natural habitat of critically endangered Hoolock gibbon. The study's purpose was to assess the long-term change of forest cover using the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) technique and evaluate the impact of co-management. Landsat images acqui...
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Over the last few decades Bangladesh has already experienced the emergence of recurrent floods, severe cyclones, water logging, salinity intrusions, and riverbank erosion as the climatic push factors that have forced highly exposed and vulnerable coastal communities to migrate especially from the southwestern zone. However, only few ground level ef...
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Climate-induced changes, such as extreme cyclones, devastating tidal surges, severe floods, river erosion, excessive rainfall, and overwhelming salinity intrusion, occur more frequently and unpredictably across Bangladesh. The frequency and intensity of these hazards are likely to increase due to climate change. This study considers the baseline si...
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The study objective is to create a baseline of the anxiety level among students in Bangladesh during country-wide lockdown phase. A cross-sectional online survey was conducted using snowballing technique. The integral instrument in this study is the Zung self-rating anxiety scale (SAS) self-rating anxiety questionnaire. Data was cleaned and statist...
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With an ever-increasing, demanding population, the pressure on animals from corporations that produce animal-based products is on the rise. Although animal-based products are fast losing appeal in the developed world due to conscious consumer choices, the same cannot be witnessed in the less developed counterparts, like Bangladesh. This paper is, h...
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The construction of coastal polders to reduce salinity ingress at greater Khulna-Jashore region area was initiated in the 1960s by Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB). Although successful in a short run the, the Coastal Embankment Project (CEP) and its predecessors are often held accountable for the entire ecological disasters that affected m...
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Fresh water is a non-renewable resource and is at the verge of extreme scarcity. Cox's bazar is one of the most popular tourist places in Bangladesh. Number of tourists travel and stay in the hotels and one of the most important resources in tourism constitutes fresh water. Especially hotels consume tremendous amounts of it to maintain landscape an...
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It is about organic farming. How organic farming be popular through a better market management in Bangladesh is shown here.
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Climatic hazards have served to be a prominent and perpetual risk to societies and individuals throughout our time, and the subsequent vulnerability can galvanise adaptive resource management. The adaptive capacity reflects the ability of a community to act collectively to any vulnerability they face. With a special focus on Bangladesh, the first p...
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Climatic hazards have served to be a prominent and perpetual risk to societies and individuals throughout our time, and the subsequent vulnerability can galvanise adaptive resource management. The adaptive capacity reflects the ability of a community to act collectively to any vulnerability they face. With a special focus on Bangladesh, the first p...

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Dear researchers, I found a list of Scientific Journals that do not charge APC (Albeit this is an earlier shared list and may not be up to date).
Requesting the research community for a more updated list.
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Is ethics approval mandatory if my case study involves conducting a nationwide survey?
The survey involves knowledge assessment of health care providers
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Is it possible to create parameters to generate a model in GIS that may predict sexual and reproductive health and rights status-quo regionally?
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What are the ways to do a qualitative study on how service providers can support communities to mitigate and adapt to the impacts of climate change, particularly for women and girls. In addition, what kind of operational research may be undertaken to explore the impact of climate change and environment on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR)? Such as the impact of water salinity in coastal areas on pregnancy-induced hypertension or eclampsia
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Would like to know out of curiosity - if there is any lawful course of action that can be taken against anyone who publishes a paper without your consent - one which you've worked on and contributed meaningfully.
Please share your experiences.
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What are the indicators that may be considered to establish a baseline for climate adaptive capacity of health care providers of sexual and reproductive health and rights?
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What are the ways to do a qualitative study on how service providers can support communities to mitigate and adapt to the impacts of climate change, particularly for women and girls. In addition, what kind of operational research may be undertaken to explore the impact of climate change and environment on Sexual Reproductivity and Health Rights (SRHR)? Such as the impact of water salinity in coastal areas on pregnancy-induced hypertension or eclampsia.
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I am trying to relate Climate issues with migration and gender marginilization. I am wondering if there are any technical calculations or index that has been used before to quantify or measure the impact - the parameter may be economic, or any other. Depending on how it can be quantified, I would shape my research.
I am open to ideas
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How would you quantify how much resource/impact has been decoupled by, for e.g, implementing a circular loop such as "waste-to-manufacture" into a system that didn't have before?
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I need year-wise data on every country and the electricity generated. Is there a central system where this information can be extracted readily?

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