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Household Level Vulnerability to Sea Level Rise in Bangladesh Risks, Perceptions and Adaptation in the Coastal Areas

By: Arifeen Akter
Household Level Vulnerability to Sea Level Rise in Bangladesh
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Bangladesh is a low lying developing country that is already recognized by the global community as one of the most adversely affected countries by climate change consequences. The large coastal belt of Bangladesh is predicted to be highly vulnerable to sea-level rise in the near future. This book, therefore, aims to understand the vulnerability of households in the south-eastern coastal part of Bangladesh.

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By: Arifeen Akter
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