Bangladesh Refugees Flood Into Overcrowded Cities Due To Climate Change

  The devastating effects of climate change — floods, salinization of land, destructive super cyclones, and reduced agricultural yields — have displaced millions of people from rural Bangladesh. Almost half a million people flee to Bangladesh’s capital every year.  Hundreds of thousands of people each year flee to Dhaka, one of the most densely populated…

With Or Without Water: Coping With Climate Change In Bangladesh

Bangladesh frequently faces crucial natural behavior not only for its geographical position but also for the rapid changing of world climate which is largely caused by human activity. The effects of global climate change are evident now, as the people across the planet are experiencing through irregular weather conditions. These effects are multidimensional. Among the…

Floating Gardens Of Bangladesh: A Community Based Adaptation For Combating Climate Change

The farmlands in southern Bangladesh during the monsoon  are covered by water, making it impossible to grow crops. Even when the floods recede, the land remains waterlogged restricting people’s ability to cultivate vegetables, to feed themselves and to generate an income. In this scenario, floating garden an ancient  method of farming has worked out to…