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cannabis_truth_movement

It's no longer a conspiracy theory! Look up! Wake up! Repost from @truthtv_ 👆 if you're not already following make sure you do!!!! . everyone look at the sky as soon as possible!!! 😷😷😷 Tell everyone you possibly can to look up at the sky and take video's as much as possible!! Google united states patent numbers #5003186 and #4999637 Both patents are from 1991!!! anyone can find this page by clicking the #ChemtrailsConnecticut hashtag!! #Connecticut #Chemtrails #Geoengineering #WeatherModification #Pollution #Toxic #Sky #NewWorldOrder #HotWeather #ClimateChange #ClimateChangeHoax #SaveTheEarth #CannabisCommunity #CannabisCultivation #CannabisCulture #CannabisCures #MedicalCannabis #Cannabis #MedicalMarijuana #MedicinalMarijuana #Marijuana #LightWorker #LightUpTheDarkness #BobMarley #ThreeLittleBirds #Peace #WorldPeace

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earthwhilelifestyle

Choosing to take your bike over your car, especially for short trips, has a drastic environmental impact. For me, it’s a hobby, too! :) There are no nonrenewable fuels burned and no polluting emmissions. 🚴 It’s also cheaper and healthier for you, along with being a fun and exciting way to spend your time! ... #sundayfunday #sustainableliving #sustainability #climatechange #environmentalist #greenliving #bicycle #earth #zerowaste #zerowasteliving

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losangelessos1

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lmlifestylist

Today I am thrilled to be representing Sustainble Fashion for San Francisco @fashioncommunityweek ** @sustainablytrendy ** Not only do I LOVE fashion & innately enjoy advocating for a more sustainable industry, but sadly we need to be {the Fashion industry is still the second most polluting industry in the world, after oil} BUT the good news is that we have an Empowering movement happening towards a more sustainable fashion industry all over the world!! And today is The Sustainable Fashion Show happening in the most ECOLOGICALLY CONSCIOUS City in the world- San Francisco! (TICKETS LINKED IN BIO) ➡️➡️ Join @fashioncommunityweek TODAY at @dirtyhabitsf at @hotelzelos at 1pm. THIS is Our Final Fashion Runway Shown 🌎💙Sustainable Fashion and Emerging Designers. Let’s support designers that are doing their part and join the conversation about sustainability, a more conscious lifestyle, sourcing in fashion & climate change. #sustainableliving #sustainablefashion #fashionweek2018 #runway #sustainablefashion #sunday #fcwsf2018 #fcw #fcwsf #environment #climatechange #fashion #fashiondesigner

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couch_microscopy

Two individual cells of Desmidium sp. 1000x magnification. Brightfield. . Desmidium is a genus of green algae in the order of desmids. Other desmid genera that you can find on here in some of my posts include Closterium, Cosmarium, and Micrasterias, but there are many others out there. Desmids are characterized by their symmetry, usually seen in the form of two identical semicells surrounding a nucleus in the middle, but with the Desmidium in these posts, you can see triangular cell shape and filamentous arrangement. Like I just mentioned, Desmidium is an alga that arranges itself into long filaments. It might be hard to wrap your head around how the triangular cells in this photo are the same thing as the filament in the next photo, but think of each cell lying on its flat side stacked on top of another flat triangular cell, like a stack of boxes. Each one is bound to the next by tight cell-to-cell connections. These cells aren’t lined up perfectly and each one is “stacked” at a slight angle, which causes the longer filaments to take on a helix shape. The middle photo in this series shows a short filament of only about 6 cells lined up side to side. . #microscopy #science #nature #botany #biology #scicomm #underwater #evolution #plants #wildlifephotography #biodiversity #microscope #cells #algae #green #geometry #sun #climatechange #aquaculture #pondlife #outdoors #freshwater #triangle #naturephotography #macro #art #abstractart #jewels #sciart #modernart

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orencohen_art

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losangelessos1

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ashish._.__._

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germainbarbier

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bybywim

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marniecorinne

These babies will spend the night at the slaughterhouse and will be killed first thing in the morning. #bacon #porkchops #sausage #tenderloin #hotdogs #porkindustry #factoryfarming #climatechange #govegan

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changethelensp

Love the correction on this installation at Lands End State Park. #climatechange #art #someonegetsit #nationalpark

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themitochondriadiaries

Today I went to @dublinvegfest, a vegan food festival that happens every September. I new I was going to have a nice, food filled sunny day. What I didn’t expect was how INSPIRING it would be! It was so nice to get away from the doom-and-gloom 24 hour news, and to be surrounded by the loveliest people, who are so enthusiastic and hopeful and who talk about changing the world, reversing climate change, closing the class inequality gap, improving the asylum seeking process and so many other things, all with relation to plants. There was no judgement, no aggression, it was just a lot of people in a good mood talking about ideas and munching on vegan hot dogs. It proves that there IS a way to do climate/ animal rights activism without being preachy, exclusive or body-negative. Idk man. I’m just full of hummus and ready to change the world 🌎 . PS- would anyone be interested in me maybe doing a video or whatever about intersectional vegansim? Like how it interacts with other systemic problems in both positive and negative ways? And my thoughts on creating a more intersectional vegan movement? Because I have SO MANY THOUGHTS Y’ALL . . . . . , . . . . . . . . #wholefoodsplantbased #mecfsrecovery #vegan #veganism #vegansofig #climatechange #veganfood

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neiinvestments

"The brutal weather has been supercharged by human-induced climate change, scientists say. Climate models for three decades have predicted exactly what the world is seeing this summer."- The Washington Post ⚡ ☀️ 🌀 . . . . . . #storm #hurricane #climatechange #sea #ocean #florida #boating #yachts #boat #thunder #rain

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rubinmuseum

💬 “When bombs begin to fall on people, you cannot stay in the meditation hall all of the time.” Buddhist Master Thich Nhat Hanh speaks of how Buddhism should help us engage with great societal problems—like violent conflict and #climatechange—instead of providing a way to escape them. __________ Read more about @ThichNhatHanhSangha, especially his work on #climatejustice, at the link in our bio. #TheFutureIsFluid

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smartklimat

Evolution is the process of change, it’s completely natural. You’re a part of evolution, and you also go through your own evolution in life. - - Sometimes it seems like different sectors within evolution collide. Think about it, our industrial progrssion is demolishing our foundation of living (earth). - - What do you think? Does our way of living affect the climate, or is climate change just a natural part of Earth’s evolution? - - 💚🌳Every reply plants 1 tree🌳💚 Graphics: @fotochopshop @illusionistvisuals

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emgkphoto

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melissa_schaefer

As the sea ice melts and breaks up earlier, and re-forms later, the Arctic season of summer becomes longer every year. The ice recedes further north every summer, making it more difficult for polar bears to follow it. This results in more polar bears trapped on land and during many months they have to fast, waiting for the next winter and ice to return. If this trend continues the consequences could be disastrous; when the Arctic sea ice melts, the survival of the polar bear is at risk. Scientists predict the Arctic Ocean could be ice free in summertime already in 15-20 years. If the ice vanishes, where will the life dependent on it go? The marine ecosystems of these northern latitudes are fragile and completely dependent upon an ice-covered Arctic Sea. • The evidence is here, and it is clear. Man is tipping the balance of nature. Global warming is a reality, and scientists agree it is strongly influenced by human activities. The Arctic is its ground zero; it is time to make some vital choices, and to take action. Ten of the warmest years on record, globally, have occurred during the last fifteen years. When our climate changes too fast, life is threatened. A world of rich and diverse nature, a beautiful paradise of white, will collapse. • Sea ice, the definition of what we see as the Arctic, is dissolving, and when summer starts to intrude on winter, the season of winter as we know it, could become extinct. Is there a future for snow and ice? @fredgranath

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acceber1992

Monchique was affected badly by forest fires this year. Much of the landscape was degraded and scorched, making it look very different than usual. Many people were also evacuated and still do not have homes. Since our climate is changing, we can expect forest fires to get more common and more severe as droughts occur for longer periods of time and weather becomes hotter than normal. #forestfire #forest #fire #scrubland #Monchique #Portugal #mountains #Algarve #instaholiday #instatravel #climatechange #climate #weather #hazards

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losangelessos1

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nevylex

SERIOUSLY CANADIAN TIRE 🤬.....WHILE EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT HOW THE EARTH IS SICK, YOU DECIDE WHAT A WONDERFUL IDEA TO DISTRIBUTE YOUR SINGLE PUBLICITY IN A PLASTIC BAG 😡😡 #getyourshittogether #shameonyou #fail #climatechange #plasticbags #nomoreplastic #sickearth #onlyoneplanet @canadiantire

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cristinamittermeier

One of the last ice hunters of the North, Naimanngitsoq Kristiansen, stares up at the falling snow, concerned with the consequences of climate change on his community and home. As I travelled with him on dog sled across the arctic tundra he spoke of the Inuit peoples' reliance on local species and resources to uphold their traditions and culture, all of which can be severely impacted by climate change. For indigenous communities that directly depend on their natural environment, the effects can already be felt. Although not everyone has such a deep connection to and reliance on their natural surroundings, it is important to be conscious and considerate of your actions. I feel a responsibility to do everything I can to lead a sustainable lifestyle, so my consumption does not contribute to our global climate crisis. I left this trip feeling as inspired as ever to continue to find ways to #TurnTheTide on climate change.

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lafeesouslesfeuilles

Soleil de plomb... 36 degrés un 23 septembre... le permafrost a commencé à fondre, le réchauffement climatique va s’accélérer :-( Trop chaud 🔥 #heat #chaleur #rechauffementclimatique #climatechange #montpellier #environnement #lapositiveattitude

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natureoffice

Rainy day in Wiesbaden but really heavy rain in Kpalimé. 😳☔️

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shahul_sid

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aditya._.chaudhary

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goodbusinessdaily

🤘🏽🤘🏻🤘🏿Do things differently. Create positive social impact through your work! . Different is better 💡 . 💡 Make Your Work Count 💡 . . . . . . . . . . . #socialimpact #socialwork #impact #create #feelgood #bekind #begood #bebetter #gogreen #thinkbig #charity #philanthropy #giveback #community #diversity #inclusion #equality #humanrights #development #health #education #endpoverty #justice #environment #climatechange #feminism #feminist #boss #girlboss #empower

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aliasantti

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thatsnotrightpolitics

From calling her "the captain of the sluts," claiming she's a "loon" and a liar, arguing "I don't care" if Kavanaugh tried to rape her, dismissing the assault because he was drunk and declaring that he's the "real victim" in all of this—the right-wing reactions to Christine Blasey Ford's story have been absolutely vile. Faux News Network thinks women are liars and men are saints. 🤔 Are you registered to vote? Midterm elections are Nov 6th! WHEN YOU SHOW UP, WE WIN! NO EXCUSES! VOTE! #trumptreason #RESIST ✊✊🏿✊🏼 🇺🇸 LIKE US ON FACEBOOK 🇺🇸 @thatsnotrightpolitics  #bluewave #prochoice #notmypresident #GOPtaxscam #corruptAF  #kkk #liarinchief  #russiagate #fucktrump #fuckthegop #climatechange #healthcare #WatergateEveryday #treason #obamacare  #womensrights  #healthcare #thatsnotrightpolitics

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greenpeaceusa

Maria Quiroz, Pacoima. #FacesOfClimateChange . Maria lives near the Wyman Airport and many auto body shops. This area, comprised mainly of Lantinx communities, experiences a high level of toxic emissions and air and noise pollution. According to the EPA, the community is surrounded by three freeways, is bisected by a railroad line, and is home to a small airport and more than 300 industrial facilities. . . #climatechange #climatejustice #climate #environment #activism

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sammcccarthy

@ivywake Pop Up Stand - going to be beaut 👌🏼

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united.and.empowered

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amea.trl

33°C at the end of September wtf this weather #climatechange #wefeelyou

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alice.audouin

🇬🇧She is not a fashion addict but an amazing social entrepreneur! Astria Fataki is the founder of Energy Generation (NGO), based in Lomé, #Togo, Africa. Her goal is to solve the challenge of access to electricity, in the span of a generation. She encourages entrepreneurial projects led by young Africans, and promote sustainable and affordable "made in Africa" electrification solutions! And the photographer is not @hassanhajjaj_larache (you can easily recognize his place and he is around) but me! 😀 🇫🇷Non ce n’est pas une mannequin mais un entrepreneur social de haut vol ! Astria Fataki est la fondatrice de ENERGY GENERATION (ONG) basée au Togo et spécialisée sur l’accès à l’énergie dans les zones rurales en Afrique. Sa conviction : la jeunesse africaine a le potentiel de résoudre le défi de l'accès à l'électricité en une génération. Ce qui est génial dans sa démarche, c’est de favoriser et aider le développement de solutions écologiques inventées localement par de jeunes entrepreneurs africains. Par exemple : la batterie portative #Walab alimentée par une dynamo à manivelle de l’Ethiopien Adel Kidane, #Ecopower, un système de production de pétrole basé sur la pyrolyse de déchets plastiques du Ghanéen #PrinceEssel ou encore #HydroPower, un procédé de transformation de l’eau en hydrogène inventé par Togolais #LalleNadjagou ! Et non, le photographe n’est pas #hassanhajjaj bien que la photo soit chez lui et qu’il ne soit pas loin mais moi ! 😀 #energyaccess #energygap #energy #cleanenergy #sustainability #africa #afrique #socialentrepreneurship #ectricity #energygeneration #astriafataki #astriamissplanete #africanentrepreneurs #youth #solarenergy #hydrogen #circulareconomy #climatechange #inequalities #rural #riadyima @riadyima

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explorewith_me_

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therightroot

How to live without plastic 💚

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aprilhickox

Here are two more stills from the pier series both at higher water than the previous video. I have been making videos and stills for years now of this broken pier on the Toronto Islands. A couple of video drafts are on Vimeo. This is from today. Waters very low. waves very high. #canadianart #home #cottagestyle #torontoisland #freshpaintmagazine #womeninphotography #featuresshoot #blindspot #flakphoto #lensculture #landscape #cmagazine #newyorker #canadianartmagazine #burnmagazine #float_magazine #FotoMobile #torontolife #newyorker #artnews #wallpapermag #blouinartinfo #walrusmagazine #Toronto #wilderness #landscape photography #parks #torontolife #contact sheet #walrusmagazine #lensscratch #cbcarts #torontoisland #globalwarming #climatechange

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tsaf_india

This is from our first activity with a school at Jamshedpur. Great artwork from each of them. It took some super enthusiastic bunch of children to amuse us with their creativity. We are looking forward to moments on the mission that shake the earth beneath our feet. Where are you going to meet us? Tell us in the comments below. We are looking forward to seeing you by our side. #missiongange #namamigange #climatechange #sustainability #river #plastic #ocean #adventure #ganga #haridwar #patna #bihar #varanasi #benaras #kanpur #allahabad #jamshedpur #blogger #nature #environment #instatravel #wanderlust #insta #canon #nikon #google #expedition #team #swachhbharat #tata

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jameshbgreen

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karenhackenberg

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4ndre_777

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climatemama

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upstreampodcast

Jason Hickel: “Our economic system is programmed to grow by about 3% per year. And that sounds like a pretty small increment, but if you think about it 3% per year is a doubling every 20 years - it's an exponential arrangement. So that means every 20 years doubling the size of our economy today, just simply so that it can stay afloat. So that's double the extraction, double the consumption, double the production, double the iPods, double the cars, double the airplane miles, etc, etc. It's almost absurd when you think about what that requires in terms of pressure on our ecological systems.” . . . . . . . Visit upstreampodcast.org to find out more and to listen to our radio documentary series! 🎧 . . . . . #capitalism #neoliberalism #inequality #socialism #neweconomy #neweconomics #economy #economics #postcaptalism #solidarity #resist #resistance #resisttrump #resistcapitalism #blacklivesmatter #latestagecapitalism #bernie #berniesanders #feelthebern #corbyn #interview #documentary #radio #podcast #sundayfunday #postgrowth #degrowth #climatechange

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paintthenorth

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sahilkahn_

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nikhil_2255

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tltshft

Spotted these two locals crossing the road while location scouting in Wales this past Aug for @unreasonable and @barclaysuk. Asked them if they had any recos, but they just ignored me and kept walking. Tough crowd out there!! 😂

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bmmalbany

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katlingregg

You Can't Kick Me Down, I'm Already On The Ground🌊Not Like You Can Catch Me Anyhow. . . . . . . . . . #puremichigan #ClimateChange #lake #summer #hot #bikini #wet #beautiful #fun #laughter #family #friends #music #park #love #beach #sand #skinny #water #statepark #dogs

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waterworld.project

Sian (6) at her house submerged by flood water at Chaktai, Chittagong. Tidal flood inundated many places in Chittagong causing great damage to inhabitants. The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

0

waterworld.project

The effects of climate change – rising sea levels and sea surface temperatures, resulting in greater instances of low pressure in the Bay of Bengal – have brought a sudden vulnerability to the lives and livelihoods of people living in coastal areas. Chittagong and Khulna, two major ports and business cities, are greatly threatened. The most heavily effected places are the old parts of Chittagong, like Chaktai, Khatunganj, Bakolia, and Agrabad. If things continue to worsen, the business hubs of Chaktai and Khatunganj could become completely submerged in the near future. The millions of people living in these areas have to battle tidal surge sometimes twice a day. Prior to this sudden regularity, the only tidal surge in remembered history occurred during 1991, when a hurricane hit the coastal area of Chittagong. The new, frequent tidal surges are even higher than that in 1991 and can remain for days on end, causing great concern for the inhabitants. Scientists now predict that the majority of the coastal area of Bangladesh will be completely submerged by the year 2050 – and the possibility of it happening sooner is immensely concerning. Despite the millions of people affected, the government of Bangladesh isn’t paying attention to the havoc that climate change is wreaking upon the city. I believe it is high time for authorities to take the necessary steps to make people aware of this problem before it is too late. #js #jas #jashimsalam #photographer #documentary #bangladesh #chittagong #portrait #waterworld #project #climatechange #climaterefugee #flood #tidal #risingsealevel #humeneterian #migration #climatechangeisreal #climatetracker #photojournalism #vaulnerable #children #effected #coastal #submurged #floodwater #water #people #nature #instagram

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irina.puzakova

#ThamesBarrier - one of the largest movable flood barriers in the world. Annual closure today. The barriers are up between the domes. #flood ready In the 80s, the barriers would be used once a year whereby only last year they were used over forty times! #climatechange is more than real

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m._les

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projectnowmedia

Progress is a good thing. So why are we still using 19th century technology to power our 21st century? #ProjectNOW

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jameshbgreen

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franckbarbry

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