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The disappearing rivers of Bangladesh

Watch — As climate change transforms the landscape, farmers and fishermen are having to adapt. [more]…

Focus on Migration: How best to rebuild after disaster

Planning the resettlement of people forced from their homes by natural disasters needs careful thought, says Max Martin. [more]…

Bleep bleep: an earthquake is two minutes away

A smartphone app could save lives by providing updates about impending earthquakes. [more]…

Study to bring wave of ocean data to negotiating table

The World Science Forum has heard how a team catalogued trends in ocean science, making them accessible to policymakers [more]…

FEATURE: Putting a human face to impacts of climate change

Thinking in terms of loss and damage may help developing nations cope with climate change, COP19 hears in Warsaw. [more]…

FEATURE: Developing nations bear the brunt of extreme weather

Honduras, Myanmar, Haiti, Nicaragua and Bangladesh were worst hit by extreme weather over the past 20 years. [more]…

OPINION: As climate changes, will we change with it?

Sir Mark Walport and Nazia Mintz-Habib talk about climate change in the United Kingdom and global South. [more]…

FEATURE: Climate change to disrupt soil nutrients in drylands

Declining soil fertility driven by drier conditions may harm the two billion who depend on drylands, says study. [more]…

OPINION: Adapting to climate change in Bangladesh

Naimul Haq reports on Bangladesh's efforts to prepare for cyclones and limit damage to lives and livelihoods. [more]…

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