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Bangladesh’s Coming Storm: An Inside Look At The Nation’s Vulnerability To Coastal Floods From ‘National Geographic’ (PHOTOS)

One of the most densely populated nations on the planet, Bangladesh could find a good chuck of its current landmass underwater by the year 2050. That’s just one of the more disturbing findings in writer Don Belt’s inside look at Bangladesh a…

One of the most densely populated nations on the planet, Bangladesh could find a good chuck of its current landmass underwater by the year 2050.

That’s just one of the more disturbing findings in writer Don Belt’s inside look at Bangladesh and its increasing vulnerability to coastal flooding. Of course, Belt’s assertions aren’t just limited to Bangladesh, as other coastal cities like Miami and New York face similar risks, based on converging projections of population growth and a rise in sea level as a result of climate change.

Read an excerpt from the article below:

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