This week, we’re sharing some powerful images made by our storytellers. These photographs reveal the raw reality of how people are struggling with the impact of climate change around the world.
Water is the primary medium through which we will feel the effects of climate change. Improved water management, monitoring and forecasting are needed in the face of a looming global water crisis, the UN World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and partners said in a report published on 5 October.
Nextblue aims to inspire change from political leaders, decision makers, and the general public. Our storytellers spark debate and they show a personal view of our ever-changing planet.
Water crisis in the hilly area of Bangladesh
Kusumlata Tripura of Matiranga’s day starts at four in the morning. Leaving her home, she walks three kilometers with her two daughters to fetch water from Alutila hill in Khagrachari, Southeastern Bangladesh.
The sea came to my home
We can't afford ignorance on climate change, says Sohan Rahat. He is capturing the images of the landscapes and people in Bangladesh affected by a changing climate. It is about time to act and start talking about it, at least with your family and friends.
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