Sundarbans: future imperfect climate adaptation report

This report attempts to present a short ecological history of the Indian Sundarbans, one covering only two decades, to show how climate change is, within even this smallest of timeframes in ecological terms, causing exaggerated and sometimes irreversible damage. It is an attempt to explain how the Sundarbans is changing, both through the voices of the people who live there, and the scientists who are working there. And it is also a call for urgent action to all, to address the very issue of survival of the landscape call the Sundarbans, the animals and people who live within it, and the mangroves which sweep at present, only intermittently broken, from the southern part of West Bengal to Bangladesh.

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