Bangladesh is one of the countries most seriously affected by climate change. It is constantly battered by cyclones, coastal surges, overflowing rivers and violent downpours. Climate refugees from across the country are pouring into the capital, Dhaka. How can this intense pressure on the country’s capital be eased?
Supported by the Rockefeller Foundation.Keywords: environment, sea level rise, flooding, bangladesh, rockefeller Foundation, climate refugees, dhaka