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Study release and panel discussion on 'Climate change impacts, vulnerabilities and adaptation in Indian Sundarbans


Sundarbans, straddling both Bangladesh and India, is a fragile ecosystem, and one which is extremely vulnerable to climate change. Despite the wealth of information available on the region, there is little understanding of how various impacts will hit and are hitting lives and livelihoods.

In the Indian part of the Sundarbans, what compounds these impacts is the severe ‘development deficit’ that the region is saddled with.

CSE has done a comprehensive analysis of the climate change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation needs in Indian Sundarbans. The report was released in Dhaka on December  28, in a function jointly organised by CSE and the Bangladesh-based Coastal Development Partnership.

See also
 
Executive Summary
 
Living with changing climate
Impact, vulnerability and adaptation challenges in Indian Sundarbans
Read more
 
Press Release Photo's
English | Bangla
See the photo gallery
 
Presentations
 
Living with Changing Climate:
Indian Sundarbans
Climate change impact on the Sundarbans
By: Nandan Mukherjee

Climate Change Impact, Vulnerability & Adaptation of The Sundarbans Community in Bangladesh
By: Jahangir Hasan Masum
Cyclone effects on Sundarbans
by: Mizanur Rahman Bijoy
 
TV Clips
 
 
Media Clippings
 
BSS NEWS
Integrated development and climate programmes for Sundarbans urged

Dhaka Courier
Climate impacts on Indian Sundarbans severe

New Age
Rampal power plant to destroy Sundarban

The Financial Express
Sea surface temperature rising alarmingly in Sundarbans area

Daily Sun
Proposed power plant to destroy Sundarbans

The News Today
Report on adaptation in Sundarbans tomorrow




 
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Arjuna Srinidhi
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