Israt Jahan

Israt Jahan

Assistant Professor

Department of Environmental Science
Faculty of Science & Technology (FST)

isratjahan@bup.edu.bd


BANGLADESH UNIVERSITY OF PROFESSIONALS
Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka-1216

Biography

IsratJahan has been employed as a faculty member in the field of EnvironmentalScience within the Faculty of Science and Technology (FST) at the BangladeshUniversity of Professionals (BUP) since February 2020. Before her current role,she gained experience working in various research-based organizations includingthe Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies (BCAS), the Institute of Water andFlood Management (IWFM) at BUET, and the International Union for Conservationof Nature (IUCN) in Bangladesh. Ms. Jahan holds both a master's and abachelor's degree in Environmental Science from the Institute of Forestry andEnvironmental Sciences at the University of Chittagong. Furthermore, sheobtained a second master's degree in Environmental and Natural ResourceEconomics from Durham University Business School in the United Kingdom. Hereducational and professional background encompasses a unique combination ofEnvironmental Science and Natural Resource Economics. She has a keen interestin conducting interdisciplinary research in the fields of EnvironmentalManagement, Climate Change, Disaster Risk Management, and Environmental Policy& Economics.

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Education
S.S.C, Motijheel Government Girls High School
H.S.C, Motijheel Ideal College
Honors, Institute of Forestry and Environmental Sciences
Masters, Durham University Business School

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Journal Publication

1. Haq, M. I., Omar, M.A.T., Zahra, Q.A. and Jahan, I.(2015). Evaluations of Adaptation Policies in GBM Delta of Bangladesh.DECCMA Working Paper, Deltas, Vulnerability and Climate Change: Migration andAdaptation, IDRC Project Number 107642

2.

Roth,D., Khan, M.S.A.,Jahan, I., Rahman.M.R., Narain, V., Sing, A.K., Priya,M., Sen, S., Shrestha, A., and Yakami, S., (2018). Climates ofUrbanization: Local Experiences of WaterSecurity, Conflict and Cooperation in peri-Urban South-Asia. ClimatePolicy, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/14693062.2018.1530967.

3.

Jahan, I. (2021). Heavy Metal Accumulation in Rice and AquaticPlants Used as Human Food: A General ReviewToxics9(12),360. DOI: 10.3390/toxics9120360.

4.

.,Bhuiyan, M. A. R., Jahan, I.,Muktadir, M. G., and Jahan, F. S., (2022). Effectsof Tannery Effluents on the Environmental Quality of Hazaribagh Area ofBangladesh and Its Possible Remediation Measures: A Review. Journal of FST,Vol 1, Issue 1, pp. 249- 271. 

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Conference Papers

1. Haq, M. I., and Jahan, I., ‘Assessment of the Status of Gender Sensitive Migration inClimate Change Adaptation Policies of Bangladesh’, AGU Fall MeetingAbstracts 2019, NH41C-0937.

2. Jahan, I., Khan, M.S.A., Rahman. R., Hossain, A.T.M.Z., Huda,S.N., ‘Conflicts and cooperation around water management infrastructure in ahydro-social system in peri-urban Khulna’, 3rd Annual Gobeshona Conference,2017, Dhaka.

3. Jahan, I., ‘Analysis of Anti-food-adulteration Drive inMedia and Public Awareness on Food Contamination’, 3rd National Conferenceon Nature Science and Technology, Asian University for Women, 2016, Chittagong.

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Awards

1. Chittagong University Merit Scholarship, 2014

2. Commonwealth Shared Scholarship, 2017

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S.S.C, Motijheel Government Girls High School
H.S.C, Motijheel Ideal College
Honors, Institute of Forestry and Environmental Sciences
Masters, Durham University Business School

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

1. Haq, M. I., Omar, M.A.T., Zahra, Q.A. and Jahan, I.(2015). Evaluations of Adaptation Policies in GBM Delta of Bangladesh.DECCMA Working Paper, Deltas, Vulnerability and Climate Change: Migration andAdaptation, IDRC Project Number 107642

2.

Roth,D., Khan, M.S.A.,Jahan, I., Rahman.M.R., Narain, V., Sing, A.K., Priya,M., Sen, S., Shrestha, A., and Yakami, S., (2018). Climates ofUrbanization: Local Experiences of WaterSecurity, Conflict and Cooperation in peri-Urban South-Asia. ClimatePolicy, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/14693062.2018.1530967.

3.

Jahan, I. (2021). Heavy Metal Accumulation in Rice and AquaticPlants Used as Human Food: A General ReviewToxics9(12),360. DOI: 10.3390/toxics9120360.

4.

.,Bhuiyan, M. A. R., Jahan, I.,Muktadir, M. G., and Jahan, F. S., (2022). Effectsof Tannery Effluents on the Environmental Quality of Hazaribagh Area ofBangladesh and Its Possible Remediation Measures: A Review. Journal of FST,Vol 1, Issue 1, pp. 249- 271. 

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

1. Haq, M. I., and Jahan, I., ‘Assessment of the Status of Gender Sensitive Migration inClimate Change Adaptation Policies of Bangladesh’, AGU Fall MeetingAbstracts 2019, NH41C-0937.

2. Jahan, I., Khan, M.S.A., Rahman. R., Hossain, A.T.M.Z., Huda,S.N., ‘Conflicts and cooperation around water management infrastructure in ahydro-social system in peri-urban Khulna’, 3rd Annual Gobeshona Conference,2017, Dhaka.

3. Jahan, I., ‘Analysis of Anti-food-adulteration Drive inMedia and Public Awareness on Food Contamination’, 3rd National Conferenceon Nature Science and Technology, Asian University for Women, 2016, Chittagong.

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Chittagong University Merit Scholarship, 2014 Commonwealth Shared Scholarship, 2017

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024