All About Bangladesh
The official name of Bangladesh is the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh Bangladesh is a small country but stands eighth in terms of world population. It has a population density of almost 3000 people per square mile. Bangladesh has six istinct seasons unlike the normal four distinct seasons. These seasons comprise of grismo (summer), barsha (rainy), sharat (autumn), hemanto (cool), sheet (winter), and bashonto (spring). The climate is mostly tropical and is humid most of the time leading to feeling sweaty. Bangladesh has been constantly flooded by the melting Himalayan snow and the rivers flowing through. Having just a few hills and otherwise being flat, it is very vulnerable to the rising sea levels due to global warming.
So how is climate change affecting them?
(Almost 80% of the total area of the country is prone to flooding). This means that many people have to migrate to other places and many houses are swept away. This would also mean that there would be many people left poor so overrall Bangladesh's economy rate would decrease immensly. Not only this, but the population rate would decrease as many people would not want to go to a place that's damaged a lot.
Floods / Flash Floods
Almost one forth of the total population of the country live in the coastal areas of Bangladesh, where majority of the population are some how affected by Coastal Floods. With the rise of Sea-level up to one meter only, Bangladesh could lose up to 15% of its land area under the Sea water and around 30 million people living in the coastal areas of Bangladesh could become Refugees because of Climate Change impacts.