International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD)
Md Fahad Hossain is a research officer at the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD) based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He oversees the implementation of the project “Supporting Least Developed Countries (LDCs) on Loss and Damage”. He also manages the LDC Universities Consortium on Climate Change (LUCCC), an official capacity building initiative of LDCs hosted by ICCCAD. His research interests lie in the area of climate change adaptation and loss and damage, with a specific focus on public policy.
Hossain, M. F., Falzon, D., Rahman, M. F., & Huq, S. (2021). Towards climate justice: Making the polluters pay for climate change. In Sarah Kenehan and Corey Katz (Eds.), “Principles of Justice and Real World Climate Politics.” Maryland, US: Rowman & Littlefield International.
Kuhl, L., Rahman, M. F., McCraine, S., Krause, D., Hossain, M. F., Bahadur, A., & Huq, S. (2021). “Transformational Adaptation in the Context of Coastal Cities.” Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 46.
Calliari, E., Vanhala, L., Nordlander, L., Puig, D., Bakhtiari, F., Hossain, M. F., Huq, S., & Rahman, M. F. (2021). Article 8: Loss and Damage. In Geert van Calster & Leonie Reins (Eds.), “The Paris Agreement on Climate Change: A commentary (p.480).” Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Hossain, M. F., Huq, S., Khan, M. R. (2021). “The intractability of loss and damage issue in climate negotiations.” Soundings, 78, 38-49.
Puig, D., Calliari, E., Hossain, M. F., Bakhtiari, F. and Huq, S. (2019). “Loss and damage in the Paris Agreement’s transparency framework.” Technical University of Denmark, University College London, and Independent University Bangladesh. Copenhagen, London and Dhaka.