There are complexities of issues, policies, and national-international perspective over food security, hunger and famine. On the other hand sea level rise, because of ice melting due to global warming threatening the chunk land mass of many countries. Millions of people in the coastal districts of Bangladesh are at risk in the coming time due the Sea Level Rise phenomenon.
Policy makers, civil society activists, academics, politicians, farmers, labors, and people from all segments of the society need to speak out on the issue and raise a national consensus as well as convention to find a way out to combat this upcoming disaster. It is clearer from the response of US and other industrialist countries that they are not taking the issue seriously. In addition, most of the meetings and dialogues on climate change are stressing on ‘carbon trade’, which in my opinion is ‘carbon trick’. Therefore, this ‘carbon trick’ is now the overwhelming issue rather than climate change adaptation or helping victims of climate change.
A podcast is available on the issue. Soothing sound, valuable information, and worthy analysis could enrich the listener.