Floating farms in Bangladesh help farmers survive floods

Innovative floating farms are proving to be a sustainable solution for poor farmers in areas where land is often submerged by floodwaters.

    With its low-lying terrain and unpredictable weather, Bangladesh is more vulnerable than most countries to the effects of climate change.

    It has pushed some farmers to revive a century-old system for growing crops.

     

    Al Jazeera's Tanvir Chowdhury reports from Pirojpur.


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