International Case Study: Effects of Cyclonic pressures, consequent flooding & effects on critical infrastructure / adaptation policies in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to climate induced hazrds and disasters and its coastal part are mostly threatened for the impacts of climate change in case of cyclone, storm surges, flood, salinity and tsunami disaster. Even last twenty years the coastal peoples have suffered due to super cyclone SIDR and AILA devastations. Last two deacdes a lots of disaster coping interventions have been provided to the community to achieve resiliency in this areas. So really it will be a field laboratory for the research of Disaster Resilience and Climate Change: Science and innovation for adaptation to climate change: from assessing costs, risks and opportunities to demonstration of options and practices.