The Sundarbans is 20,000 square kilometres of Mangrove forest at the mouth of the River Ganges.
These islands are home to endangered wildlife and 4.3 million people.
Experiencing sea-level rise faster than any other place on earth the people of Sundarbans are victims of climate change. This is their story.
Images by Peter Caton, words by Cristiane Aoki.
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