Climate change hazards facing us
Bangladesh is one of the countries of the world most vulnerable to climate change, though it is contributing little to greenhouse gas emissions. In short time Bangladesh may face deadly hazards like severe tropical cyclones, erratic rainfall, river bank erosion, increased sedimentation, increased saline water intrusion, etc., because of climate change. These kinds of disasters cause loss of lives, damage to infrastructure and economic assets, and adversely impact on lives and livelihood. Though the developed and powerful countries are mainly responsible for climate change, they don't agree to sign a treaty for removing the climate change risks. Policy making for climate change adaptation may be a process to reduce risk or increase resilience. We cordially request the developed world to realise our problems and help us live a risk-free life.