Lessons From A Country On The Front Lines Of Climate Change

The United Nations says time is running out to avoid the worst effects of climate change. At the same time, countries like Bangladesh have no choice but to adapt to an already changing climate.

Bangladesh is prone to flooding from rising sea levels and melting glaciers. And it is in the path of some of the world’s most powerful cyclones.

NPR’s Lauren Frayer reports from northern Bangladesh on how the country is becoming a hot spot for climate solutions.

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