Sunday, 22 January 2017

On the climate change frontline: the disappearing fishing villages of Bangladesh

theguardian


Kutubdia’s islanders don’t have much of a carbon footprint – most don’t have regular electricity. But they are facing the reality of a changing climate, and soon tens of millions of their fellow Bangladeshis will be at risk. Story here.

A common scene in Bangladesh. Photo by Liftarn.





1 comment:

PinP said...

Another fine piece of journalism from The Guardian. Stunningly illustrated.

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