Journal Articles:

Bhowmik, J., Selim, S. A., Irfanullah, H. M., Shuchi, J. S., Sultana, R., & Ahmed, S. G. (2021). Resilience of Small-Scale Marine Fishers of Bangladesh Against the COVID-19 Pandemic and the 65-Day Fishing Ban. Marine Policy, 104794.

Sultana, R., Irfanullah, H. M., Selim, S. A., Raihan, S. T., BhowmiK, J., and Ahmed, S. G. (2021). Multilevel Resilience of Fishing Communities of Coastal Bangladesh Against Covid-19 Pandemic and 65-Day Fishing Ban. Frontiers in Marine Science. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2021.721838

Sultana, R. & Selim, S. A. (2021). Perceived role of urban green spaces in providing cultural ecosystem services and its management in Bangladesh. – Ecology and Society (In-press)

Alam, Md.S., Sultana, R. (2021) Influences of Climatic and non-climatic factors on COVID-19 outbreak: a review of existing literature. – Environmental Challenges -Elsevier.

Brodie, S., Frainer, A., Pennino, M.G., Jiang, S., Kaikkonen, L., Lopez, J., Cisneros, K.O., Peters, C. A., Selim, S.A., Văidianu, N.(2021) Equity in science: advocating for a triple-blind review system. – Trends in Ecology & Evolution -Elsevier.

Pennino M.G., Brodie S., Frainer A., Lopes P.F.M., Lopez J., Cisneros K.O., Selim S.A., Vaidianu N. (2021) The Missing Layers: Integrating Sociocultural Values Into Marine Spatial Planning – Frontiers in Marine Science –

Breckwoldt A, Lopes P.F.M, Selim S.A. (2021) Look Who’s Asking—Reflections on Participatory and Transdisciplinary Marine Research Approaches. – Frontiers in Marine Science –

Selim SA, Glaser M, Tacke FI, Rahman M and Ahmed N (2021) Innovative Aquaculture for the Poor to Adjust to Environmental Change in Coastal Bangladesh? Barriers and Options for Progress. – Frontiers in Marine Science –

Patricia Nayna Schwerdtle; Kate Baernighausen; Sayeda Karim; Tauheed Syed Raihan; Samiya Selim; Till Baernighausen; Ina Danquah. (2021). “A Risk Exchange: Health and Mobility in the Context of Climate and Environmental Change in Bangladesh—A Qualitative Study.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18, no. 5: 2629.

Scanlan, O. (2021). “When Donors Collide: the implications of contradictory interventions in a Bangladesh agrarian environment”, Studies in Transition States and Societies

Miñarro,S., Reyes-García, V., Aswani, S., Selim, S., Barrington-Leigh, C., Galbraith, E. (2021), Market integration is not required for high subjective wellbeing, Plos One.

Bhowmik, J., Irfanullah, H.Md., Selim, S.A., (2021) Empirical Evidence from Bangladesh of Assessing Climate Hazard-related Loss and Damage and State of Adaptive Capacity to Address them, Climate Risk Management.

Simon Pemberton, Basundhara Tripathy Furlong, Oliver Scanlan, Vally Koubi, Meghna Guhathakurta, Md. Khalid Hossain, Jeroen Warner, Dik Roth, (2021)‘Staying’  as climate change adaptation strategy: A proposed research agenda, – Geoforum.

Irfanullah, H.Md. So, what does resilience mean for scholarly publishing? Learned Publishing, Special Issue, January 2021.


Newspaper Articles:

Diba, S.A., (2021), Does the cost of sustainable products keep people away from living sustainably? TheBusiness Standard

Zaman, S., (2021), Does helping the environment make you happier? The Financial Express

Budrudzaman, M., (2021), Masculinity: A Two-edged Sword. The Daily Sun.


Blog Articles:

Budrudzaman, M., (2021), Bangladesh needs to factor mental health into disaster-response policies. The Third Pole

Selim, S.A., (2021) Measuring Impact of COVID-19 on the Socio-Ecological System of the Bay of Bengal. United Nations-Academic Impact, 

Raihan, S.T., (2021), Insight into Nijhum Dwip and their Fishing Community, Fourth Edition of V2V Commons Newsletter.

Diba, S.A., (2021) Country in Action: Bangladesh, Fourth Edition of V2V Commons Newsletter.

Suchi, J.S., (2021) Vulnerabilities in Small Scale Fishing Communities – Bangladeshi Perspective, Fourth Edition of V2V Commons Newsletter.