Ecologically Critical Area
Ecologically Critical Area (ECA) is an environmental protection zone in Bangladesh.
Gulshan-Baridhara Lake was declared an ECA in 2001. In September 2009, the four rivers around the capital city Dhaka - Buriganga River, Shitalakshya River, Turag River and Balu River -- have been declared by the Department of Environment as ECAs.
- Dr. Md. Sohrab Ali, "Gulshan Lake: An ecologically critical area", The Daily Star, 2007-10-19
- Bangladesh Sangbad Shangstha Release,4 rivers around city declared ecologically critical area, The Daily Star, 2009-12-25
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