Advocacy through video clips – on communities with limited means facing global warming

An example to learn from: a brief video that conveys information in a concise manner suited for classroom use:

Crab fattening, saline-tolerant rice and floating gardens are some of the ingenious ways that Bangladeshis are adapting to the impacts of a warming world. Its population of 160million is squashed into a low-lying river basin, exposed to rising sea levels, fierce storms and frequent floods. Hazel Healy travels to South Asia to find out how communities with limited means are struggling to cope.

Source: Adapting to climate change in Bangladesh | New Internationalist on Blip
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Source © Deepanwita Gita Niyogi (Pulitzer Center May 27, 2021)
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