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Bangladesh's climate refugees: 'it's a question of life' – audio slideshow

by John Vidal, Eric Hilaire, Lucy Lamble
Many Bangladeshis have relocated from the vanishing island of Kutubdia in the Bay of Bengal to Cox's Bazaar. But they are being asked to move once again as sea levels rise and people's livelihoods are put at risk by climate change. John Vidal interviews Kutubdia island administrator Firoza Ahmed, wh...
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    "Bangladesh's climate refugees: 'it's a question of life' – ... Many Bangladeshis have relocated from the vanishing island of Kutubdia in the Bay of Bengal to Cox's Bazaar. But they are being asked to move once again as sea levels rise and people's livelihoods are put at risk by climate change..."

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    Bangladesh's climate refugees: 'it's a question of life' – audio slideshow

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