Saltwater intrusion, Changing Climate, affects coastal Bangladesh

Climate change is a crucial reason to increase river salinity leading to shortages of drinking water and irrigation. It is bringing a significant difference in the aquatic ecosystems in the coastal areas of Bangladesh.

In the coastal areas of Bangladesh, salinity intrusion in soil may lead to a declining yield by 15.6% of high-harvesting-variety rice and reduce the income of farmers significantly.

In the backdrop of climate change, we know, the coastal population is more exposed to saltwater…