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Flusserosionen in Bangladesch
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Caption: Aug. 24, 2014 - Bangladesh - Erosion by the Padma river near the
Mawa many people lost their land in the erosion in Padma, They are now
homeless..Bangladesh is one of the most populated countries in the world
having 32% coastal area that is 47,211.square kilometres. According to the
population census in 2001, some 35 million people live in the coastal area
which is 28% of the total population. According to the geographic position and
Biodiversity, it.is to say that the coastal ecosystem is the most diversified and
ever changing. It has a vibrant potentials.as well as jeopardy and hazards.
Through last couple of decades development activities of mankind, especially,
the over exploitations and pollutions of the water resource and biodiversity
have increased the risks of the disasters as a result of climate changes.
Especially, river erosion, flood, tidal waves, cyclones become ever related to
these regions. Continuing river erosion and increasing birth rate on the other
hand made the coast inhabitants vulnerable and homeless
Die Erosionen von Flussufern und Küstenstreifen in Bangladesh aufgrund des Anstiegs des Meeresspiegels sind Beispiele für schleichende Umweltveränderungen. Wiele Menschen verlieren ihr Land und werden obdachlos. (© picture-alliance, ZUMAPRESS.com)