Bangladesh is experiencing its worst flood in 10 years

A quarter of Bangladesh has been flooded in just 2 months, the worst rains in a decade. Here's why climate change could make the situation even worse.

08/22/2020 6:13 AM


  • Rogelio O.
    09/03/2020 12:25

    This is a proof that this world is slowly getting worst. All of us haveca contribution to climate change. Our greediness and being materialistic is the main reason of it. Being self centered.

  • Arun P.
    08/27/2020 17:57

  • Aroti B.
    08/27/2020 09:18

    Wow amazing

  • Mari R.
    08/25/2020 12:51

    reducing population might help a long way

  • Eugene J.
    08/25/2020 00:15

    They should be happy ffs they have water now. Never fn satisfied

  • Dougie J.
    08/23/2020 16:52

    They destroy their environment then question why??

  • Luca M.
    08/23/2020 16:48

    Very trivially: healthy forests are the biggest protection against floods and heavy rain, in the past 10 years Bangladesh harvested 2600 ha of forests per year (highest rate in South-East Asia)."Climate change" is a giant umbrella under which the real problem hides: profit at all cost (deforestation, chemichal pollution, habitat destruction)

  • Mark L.
    08/23/2020 04:22

    Maybe if they were smarter, or developed construction methods appropriate to the climate, they might not have such a problem.

  • Yolanda C.
    08/22/2020 21:49

    Triste y terrible realidad.Lamentaros por no prevenir consecuencias para la humanidad.

  • Kathi M.
    08/22/2020 20:58


  • Paula A.
    08/22/2020 07:55

    Bangladesh is like Brazil in that aspect: every year there's a flood season, and every year it's a surprise! And I'm sure every election the candidates promise to vanish the floods. The local governments need to implement a housing program in order to adapt to the floods. They are only going to get worse...

  • Romi F.
    08/22/2020 07:17

  • Zubair A.
    08/22/2020 07:00

    Sympathies and love from Pakistan ...

  • Kathy S.
    08/22/2020 06:56

    be so hard to cope with floods, homelessness and covid.

  • Ariel F.
    08/22/2020 06:49