Salinity

Salinity

Climate Change

Bangladeshis adapt to survive with floating farms, salt-resistant rice

Farmers are desperately trying to adjust to these ever more destructive and unpredictable conditions caused by global warming -- from using floating seed beds to developing salt-resistant rice

In this photograph taken on 26 September 2021, a farmer standing in an inundated field checks on vegetables growing on seed beds, made of stack layers of water hyacinth and bamboo tied together by their roots to create a raft, in Mugarjhor some 200 kilometres (120 miles) south of Dhaka

Climate migrants escape rising seas only to die in factory fire

Family members of four of the 10 victims of the factory fire who spoke to the Thomson Reuters Foundation said their livelihoods had also been hit by river erosion and floods

Coastal area is seen flooded after the embankment is destroyed as the cyclone Amphan makes its landfall in Satkhira, Bangladesh, on 21 May 2020

Salinity affects people and agriculture in Barisal

The Kirtankhola River is 21 km from Shaistabad in Barishal to Nalchity in Jhalokati. Then it flows into the Bay of Bengal through Bishkhali River

Crops burnt because of salinated water

No shortage of salt for preserving rawhide: BSCIC

Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation (BSCIC) on Tuesday assured that there is no shortage of salt for preserving and processing rawhides of sacrificial animals

No shortage of salt for preserving rawhide: BSCIC

Climate change-induced salinity wreaks havoc in coastal Bangladesh

As a country with a large coastline, the adverse impacts of saltwater intrusion are significant in Bangladesh. Salinity mainly affects land and water in the coastal areas.With the consequence of ...

Climate change-induced salinity wreaks havoc in coastal Bangladesh