Adapt or die: How Bangladesh is facing up to climate change
Inside this issue:
Crab fattening, saline-tolerant rice and floating gardens are some of the ingenious ways that Bangladeshis are adapting to the impacts of a warming world. Its population of 160million is squashed into a low-lying river basin, exposed to rising sea levels, fierce storms and frequent floods. Hazel Healy travels to South Asia to find out how communities with limited means are struggling to cope.Plus Inside:
Should the West cut aid to human rights abusers? Rebel Arab poet Adonis: 'democracy is consciousness' The flip side to Bill Gates' charity billions What Apple don't want you to know
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