More than 30 million people live in Bangladesh’s coastal communities, where daily life revolves around the sea. Climate change risks changing the sea from a precious source of livelihoods into a threat to basic survival.

This multimedia presentation of video and stills by photographer Espen Rasmussen, looks into how this is affecting people's daily life.

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