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  • The eternal fight between man and the sea. While the seawater is devouring the human habitats, the human beings are fighting hard to preserve their existence.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A woman with her child, standing before her house which is surrounded by seawater.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    The earthen embankment is no more able to withstand the vehement force of the sea tides; wide cracks are announcing the unpreventable destruction.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    The earthen embankments in Ghoramara have fallen too weak before the substantial tidal force.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Sea water is entering the Mousuni island, making life pathetic for the villagers. They are struggling hard to find new establishments or save the old ones.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    The eternal fight between man and the sea. While the seawater is devouring the human habitats, the human beings are fighting hard to preserve their existence.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    The fragile mud-houses are mere playthings for the devastating force of water. The struggle of survival becomes extremely hard in Sundarban.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A man is looking at his home which stands under the constant threat of destruction.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Almost ¾ th part of Mousuni Island is under the seawater due to vehement tidal floods.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A man standing before the barren structure of his teashop, which is ruined by water.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Women are fishing in the Mousuni Island; the Masjid behind them is slowly being drowned in sea water.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A woman is going to a high-land with her child, as the flood has drowned her home. Most of the villages get drowned by the tidal flood during the monsoon. The villagers become homeless. They take shelter somewhere but cannot live a normal life. Most of the time they have to go without food.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A woman with her child, standing before her house which is surrounded by seawater.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Women are waiting for a boat to cross the river and fetch drinking water; the scarcity of drinking water is increasing everyday.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Seawater is continuously entering the land and the groundwater reservoir is turning saline; the poor and helpless villagers have no other way except using the saline water for drinking or other daily usage.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Education is at stake; a primary school has been ruined by the vehement tidal forces.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    The children of Sunderban are playing amidst the tide water; the innocence of childhood is not afraid of the phenomenal natural forces.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Men are cutting wood to collect fuel for cooking. Wood is the primary source of cooking in this rural area.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Cargo ships carrying fly ash between India and Bangladesh; these vehicles pollute the river water and destroy the ecological balance to a great extent.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A fisherman is going to check the fishing net amidst heavy downpour to see the number of fishes. The change in weather due to the global warming has created a big impact of fishing. The amount of tropical rain has increased much more and the number of fishes in the river water has decreased.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Boats are the only way of transport and communication in the Sunderban area. There is no other convenient way of communication, as a large portion of the area is covered by water.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A man is cutting wood to collect fuel for cooking. Wood is the primary source of cooking in this rural area.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Some unlucky farmers are sitting before a drowned paddy-field. Insufficient or excessive rainfall is a common obstacle for cultivation.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    People are leaving their lands and moving towards an unknown destiny after water has occupied the space.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Men are carrying wood logs to build sea-embankments; these embankments are not durable.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    The villagers of Sunderban are getting some help from the government to counter the tidal damages of the sea and its prevention.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A gathering of women to collect drinking water; the scarcity of drinking water is a crippling issue here.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    The forest department deploys net barriers between the villages and the jungle to prevent tiger attack; but the villagers cross the net barriers and risk their lives to go fishing or crabbing.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A fisherman on his boat, sailing through the dense forest.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A woman struggling amidst water to find crabs; crabbing is a profitable source of income for the poor villagers, as it makes attractive cuisines in the West.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Men are going to collect honey inside the forest; the chances of tiger attack are very high in these areas. Life is under threat at every moment, still the honey collectors enter the jungle to earn money and survive.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    The local villagers are cutting trees from the jungle to collect wood fuel for cooking; wood is the primary source of fuel here.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Forests guards are patrolling on the river to keep vigilance on fishing in the prohibited areas of the jungle; the poor people ignore the order and go fishing in the prohibited areas to meet their ends.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A tiger attack survivor, now selling panipuri (an Indian snack item) to earn livelihood.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A fisherman is tying a net during the evening; fishing is the chief source of earning in this region.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Children are waiting for boat to go home after school; boats are the only means of transport in this area.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    The farmers are sowing seeds on the paddy-field. Due to the massive change in weather, cultivation has been affected to a great extent.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A family is making the preparation of lunch; rice is the main staple here.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    The local women are doing their regular morning works before a local church.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    The youth is connecting with the world with the mobile phones, after the daylong struggle of survival; this is the only way to connect with the world and the young guys enjoy it.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A family is resting after the daylong struggle of fishing.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    A poor woman has fallen ill due to drinking saline water. The water resources are being spoiled as the land is being possessed by the sea water. Several people are falling ill every day.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    Laltu (26) is suffering from diarrhoea; it is a common disease now due to high level of contamination in drinking water. Laltu’s mother is preparing ORS.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
    The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
The eternal fight between man and the sea. While the seawater is devouring the human habitats, the human beings are fighting hard to preserve their existence.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A woman with her child, standing before her house which is surrounded by seawater.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
The earthen embankment is no more able to withstand the vehement force of the sea tides; wide cracks are announcing the unpreventable destruction.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
The earthen embankments in Ghoramara have fallen too weak before the substantial tidal force.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
Sea water is entering the Mousuni island, making life pathetic for the villagers. They are struggling hard to find new establishments or save the old ones.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
The eternal fight between man and the sea. While the seawater is devouring the human habitats, the human beings are fighting hard to preserve their existence.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
The fragile mud-houses are mere playthings for the devastating force of water. The struggle of survival becomes extremely hard in Sundarban.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A man is looking at his home which stands under the constant threat of destruction.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
Almost ¾ th part of Mousuni Island is under the seawater due to vehement tidal floods.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A man standing before the barren structure of his teashop, which is ruined by water.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
Women are fishing in the Mousuni Island; the Masjid behind them is slowly being drowned in sea water.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A woman is going to a high-land with her child, as the flood has drowned her home. Most of the villages get drowned by the tidal flood during the monsoon. The villagers become homeless. They take shelter somewhere but cannot live a normal life. Most of the time they have to go without food.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A woman with her child, standing before her house which is surrounded by seawater.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
Women are waiting for a boat to cross the river and fetch drinking water; the scarcity of drinking water is increasing everyday.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.

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Seawater is continuously entering the land and the groundwater reservoir is turning saline; the poor and helpless villagers have no other way except using the saline water for drinking or other daily usage.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
Education is at stake; a primary school has been ruined by the vehement tidal forces.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
The children of Sunderban are playing amidst the tide water; the innocence of childhood is not afraid of the phenomenal natural forces.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
Men are cutting wood to collect fuel for cooking. Wood is the primary source of cooking in this rural area.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
Cargo ships carrying fly ash between India and Bangladesh; these vehicles pollute the river water and destroy the ecological balance to a great extent.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A fisherman is going to check the fishing net amidst heavy downpour to see the number of fishes. The change in weather due to the global warming has created a big impact of fishing. The amount of tropical rain has increased much more and the number of fishes in the river water has decreased.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
Boats are the only way of transport and communication in the Sunderban area. There is no other convenient way of communication, as a large portion of the area is covered by water.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A man is cutting wood to collect fuel for cooking. Wood is the primary source of cooking in this rural area.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
Some unlucky farmers are sitting before a drowned paddy-field. Insufficient or excessive rainfall is a common obstacle for cultivation.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
People are leaving their lands and moving towards an unknown destiny after water has occupied the space.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
Men are carrying wood logs to build sea-embankments; these embankments are not durable.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
The villagers of Sunderban are getting some help from the government to counter the tidal damages of the sea and its prevention.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A gathering of women to collect drinking water; the scarcity of drinking water is a crippling issue here.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
The forest department deploys net barriers between the villages and the jungle to prevent tiger attack; but the villagers cross the net barriers and risk their lives to go fishing or crabbing.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A fisherman on his boat, sailing through the dense forest.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A woman struggling amidst water to find crabs; crabbing is a profitable source of income for the poor villagers, as it makes attractive cuisines in the West.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
Men are going to collect honey inside the forest; the chances of tiger attack are very high in these areas. Life is under threat at every moment, still the honey collectors enter the jungle to earn money and survive.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
The local villagers are cutting trees from the jungle to collect wood fuel for cooking; wood is the primary source of fuel here.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
Forests guards are patrolling on the river to keep vigilance on fishing in the prohibited areas of the jungle; the poor people ignore the order and go fishing in the prohibited areas to meet their ends.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A tiger attack survivor, now selling panipuri (an Indian snack item) to earn livelihood.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A fisherman is tying a net during the evening; fishing is the chief source of earning in this region.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
Children are waiting for boat to go home after school; boats are the only means of transport in this area.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
The farmers are sowing seeds on the paddy-field. Due to the massive change in weather, cultivation has been affected to a great extent.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A family is making the preparation of lunch; rice is the main staple here.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
The local women are doing their regular morning works before a local church.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
The youth is connecting with the world with the mobile phones, after the daylong struggle of survival; this is the only way to connect with the world and the young guys enjoy it.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A family is resting after the daylong struggle of fishing.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
A poor woman has fallen ill due to drinking saline water. The water resources are being spoiled as the land is being possessed by the sea water. Several people are falling ill every day.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
Laltu (26) is suffering from diarrhoea; it is a common disease now due to high level of contamination in drinking water. Laltu’s mother is preparing ORS.The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.
The southern part of the Ganges- Brahmaputra-Meghna delta shared by India and Bangladesh has the biggest single area of mangrove forest in the world; it consists of 108 swampy islands. Its expanse in India (West Bengal) is around 4000 sq kilometer. The region has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coastal regions around the world are threatened by ‘global warming’ and the resultant rise in the sea level. Sundarban is a place where the effect is quite intense. While the rate of sea-level rise is 2 mm per year in the whole world, in case of Sundarban it is 3.14mm per year. Predictions say that 25 percent of the human habitats in Sundarban will be drowned by 2020. India will need to accommodate the ‘climate refugees’.