Md Nurul Islam is currently working with the British Council in Dhaka, Bangladesh, coordinating on a project which seeks to create alternative pathways for climate-induced migrants under Promoting Knowledge for Accountable Systems. Here, he has coordinated three research projects: providing support to host city local government’s plan for growth and increased migration, climate-induced migration: location most affected, drivers of migration and profiles of climate migrant families and the identification of secondary cities in Bangladesh that can attract climate-induced displaced people by expanding its economic growth and provide basic services. He has a Master’s of Social Science in Social and Cultural Anthropology from Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka. The thesis he wrote here was titled, Non Formal Education: Theoretical foundation, development and practice; case songlap. He has three other publications in addition to this. He has also worked at Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods under the Climate Finance Transparency Mechanism Programme with CSRL as a research officer and at Nara Women’s University as a Research Coordinator where he led three research projects under the thematic title ‘Collaborative research with NGO with a view to improving sexual and reproductive health (SRH) in the South Asian village.