India’s rising tides and temperatures

New York Times: Jordi Pizarro had hardly reached the muddy banks of Ghoramara Island when he stumbled across a family struggling to hold up the dikes that protected their rice paddy from the Bay of Bengal’s brackish waters. “The sea wall broke, and all the seawater came in,” he recalled. “It was a big shock for me, to see how powerful the nature is in front of me.” That family lost everything, their freshwater paddy submerged and ruined. When neighbors offered a patch of land to build another house, they, too,......

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