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20 November
2015

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How are livelihoods becoming resilient to climate change in Bangladesh?

Slow onset of seasons, erratic rainfall and floods have led to a deep interest in climate change in Bangladesh. Farmers are challenged because the country lies at a low elevation level and is densely populated. Livelihood patterns are changing in interesting ways, as some farmers shift to high value crops like shrimp. But more investments are required.

Kevin T. Kamp, Climate Resilient Ecosystems and Livelihoods (CREL) project, Winrock International, shares the details with JustJobs Network.



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