Every centimetre of sea level rise is directly felt here at the low-lying Sundarbans – world’s largest mangrove forest, and income sources for millions of local citizens. Lives of millions of people are constantly at risk of coastal erosion, salinization, mega cyclones and flooding. We talk to award-winning photographer Supratim Bhattacharjee about life at this climate forefront. Living next to the Sundarbans, Supratim takes provocative photos to portray climate change impacts, and how the people of the Sundarbans are dealing with them on a daily basis.
Visit Supratim’s portfolio: https://www.supratimbhattacharjee.com/
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