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Large numbers of people in Bangladesh as well as India may have to be evacuated. There is some hope for Bangladesh because of mangrove forests.
In 1997, when Cyclone Sidr hit, many people were protected by mangroves in the Sunderbans Forest, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Thus, the country is changing rapidly because of rising rivers and increased greenhouse gas emissions, the latter of which mainly originate from developed countries.
In September of 2008, there was a very unusual flood, according to scientists.The main sections of this article will concern the impact on food production, migration into cities and whether the definition of what a refugee is should change.Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated countries in the world.As a result, large numbers of people have to migrate from the countryside to the cities, especially the capital Dhaka, to search for work.The population of Dhaka is now predicted to double its size every 10 years, according to Ian Williams in ‘In Bangladesh, Climate Change is a Matter of Life and Death’.
Food production depends highly on the many rivers and the yearly monsoon season, both of which have become destabilized.