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Azizul Haque

Visiting Scholar


Azizul Haque is a PhD student on Science and Management of Climate change U, niversity of Ca’Foscari and CMCC, Venice, Italy and a visiting scholar at the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences ( CIRES), University of Colorado, a cooperative institute between the University and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). His specialty is Climatic extreme and adaptation. Presently he is working on extreme events link to ENSO and anthropogenic forcing in South Asia. Mr. Hague received his graduation from Bangladesh Agricultural University and had work with CARE International and United Nation Developed Programmme.


  • M.S., Fisheries Management, Bangladesh Agricultural University,Bangladesh, Jan 2003
  • B.S., Fisheries Science, Bangladesh Agricultural University,Bangladesh, Jun 2000

Professional Information


  • M.A.Haque and A. Marcomini 2013. Salinity induced environmental changes at South-west coastal region of Bangladesh (On going)
  • M.A. Haque and N. Ahmed, 2012. Alternative Livelihoods to Climate Change in Southwestern Bangladesh. International Journal of Bio Research, Bangladesh (Accepted).
  • M. A. Haque M. Z. Islam1, and M. R. Hasan2,, 2007. Impact of carp stocking on the yield and biodiversity of non-stocked indigenous fish species (NIFS) in selected oxbow lakes in Bangladesh. Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh.
  • M. A. Haque and M. Z. Islam1, 2006. Socio-economic Aspects of Freshwater Prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergi) Farming in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. International Journal of Bio Research, Bangladesh.
  • N. Ahmed, M.A. Haque, N. Hasan, M.M.Rahman and M.S. Haq, 2002. Finance of Freshwater Prawn farming in gher system in Southwestern Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Fisheries.


  • Presented article on climate adaptive livelihood options in Bangladesh at the donor coordination meeting on May 2011, Dhaka.
  • Participatory need assessment for climate change ( adaptive and Coping capacity) arranged by ERF-UNDP, dated on 12 to 15 November 2011.
  • Livelihood needs assessment for the cyclone AILA victims arranged by UNDP Bangladesh in association with its implementing partners in 2011.

Research Interests

  • Climate Change, extreme events and adaptation

Professional Memberships

  • Bangladesh Agriculture Association of Bangladesh
  • Fisheries Association of Bangladesh