Click on the photo to go to a photo essay by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). It depicts how water-related climate change issues–rising sea level, tidal surges, drought, and river erosion–threaten the livelihood of subsistence farmers in the low-lying delta region of Bangladesh.
Q: What do the following groups have in common: farm workers of Mexico and the Central Valley, the fishers of Plaquemines Parish, Inuit nations (e.g. this film), the farmers of coastal Bangladesh, and the majority of Sub-Saharan Africans (e.g. this previous blog post)?