In the wake of the deadly floods in Bangladesh, one man is taking the issue of water pollution very seriously.
As the first-ever recipient of the Nobel Prize in Environmental Science, Dr. Suhail Hasan is now one of the country’s most prominent environmental activists.
Hasan’s work in Bangladesh and beyond has inspired generations of young people to stand up against the ravages of climate change.
In a world where climate change is a reality and people are becoming more aware of its devastating effects, the impact of the devastating floods is a global crisis that we must tackle and change the way we think about our actions.
We must start thinking about our choices about how we live in a global society and how we want to live in it.
Hasan has long believed that the environmental impact of our actions on the planet is important, and that our actions should be taken to benefit people and the environment.
He is a climate scientist and an environmental activist and a former professor of political science at the University of Pennsylvania.
Hajjaj Hasan, the first recipient of this year’s Nobel Peace prize in environmental science, is seen in this file photo taken April 29, 2020.
Hasan was a former senior adviser to former President Barack Obama who was appointed as the U.S. special envoy for climate change in April 2020.
The Nobel Peace laureate is a former vice president of the U