We don’t have the time anymore, and we, as the climate action community, are tired of saying this ad nauseam.
The concept is expected to reduce losses and damages associated with the sudden onset of climate disasters.
Nature wants to be treated right and climate change impacts will become even harsher if positive changes are not incorporated in the current practices.
Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to all kinds of climate-change-induced disasters such as floods, droughts, cyclones, storm surges, sea-level rise, landslides, heat, and cold stresses.
Many have fallen prey to the unforgiving lens of the camera, and it is quite often that the lines between relief and respect becomes blurred.
Even after a lifetime of struggling to turn their lives around, a large number of vulnerable Bangladeshis face continuous climate-induced disasters, and each one brings them back to square one.
Maksura lived in Shyamnagar, in the coastal areas of Bangladesh. She graduated against all odds and dreamed of a future where she could work and apply her knowledge in real life.