Bangladesh is a climate prone country. Due to the changing global temperature, the world calamity has been rapidly altering. As a result frequently flood, cyclone and many other natural disasters are getting increase. Bangladesh is also experiencing the adverse shift of climate change which is an impact of global warming with in the country. There are ant-environmental man-made activities which are also reason for the local nature disasters such as deforesting emitting carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, polluting rivers by industrial byproduct and hyper consumerism.

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Comment by Al LeBlanc on October 5, 2017 at 9:54am

Kazi: Thanks for sharing photo of  environmental human negligence.  

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