Environmental Sciences and Ecology: Current Research
[ ISSN : 2833-0811 ]

Climate Bridge Fund: Tackling Climate Migration in Bangladesh by Bridging Stakeholder Gaps

Review Article
Volume 2 - Issue 5 | Article DOI : 10.54026/ESECR/1031

Golam Rabbani*, Anindita Hridita and Tasveer Islam

Published : September 28, 2021


Climate change is already happening. In the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5), the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) indicates that about 72 million people will be displaced with 0.5-metre sea level rise if there is no investment in adaptation. In the case of a 2.0-metre rise, that number of people will be pushed to 187 million. IPCC also provides evidence on increased displacement and migration due to floods and droughts in many countries including Bangladesh. It has been reported “22% of households affected by tidal-surge floods and 16% of households that were affected by riverbank erosion moved to urban areas in Bangladesh”