Md. Emon Rahman is a Research Associate at the Center for Sustainable Development (CSD). He has completed his graduation and post-graduation in Disaster and Human Security Management from Bangladesh University of Professionals. His research interests focus on disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation, social vulnerability, refugee, and migration. He worked on the assessment of landslide risk and explored landcover changes in Chittagong Metropolitan Area. Mr. Rahman has also carried out qualitative research on the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh and the challenges of national and regional security in terms of socio-cultural aspects
Previously, He has worked as a Research Consultant at the Center for Environmental and Geographic Information Services (CEGIS) and was responsible for digitizing updated mouza boundaries of 64 districts of Bangladesh. He has also worked as an intern faculty at Gulzar Group of Institutes, India, and was involved in a cross-cultural exchange between Bangladesh and India. He also facilitated training sessions and group activities on global warming and Sustainable Development Goals. He is interested in pursuing further research on GIS and IT-based disaster preparedness, community resilience, disability-inclusive disaster risk reduction, and nexus approach toward climate change.