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August 17, 2022 
Mohammad Ibrahim, 48, plants gourd seedlings on his floating bed, at his farm in Pirojpur district, Bangladesh,... 
PIROJPUR DISTRICT, Bangladesh 
The Wider Image: Bangladesh farmers revive floating farms to fight climate change 
Mohammad Ibrahim, 48, plants gourd seedlings on his floating bed, at his farm in Pirojpur district, Bangladesh, August 17, 2022. Bangladesh could lose more than a tenth of its land to sea level rise in two decades, with climate change bringing more extreme heat and rainfall, flooding, erosion and saltwater surges in low-lying southern and southwestern delta, criss-crossed by hundreds of rivers. "I can feel the harsh weather. Water levels are rising. I still can remember I used to play football in the land that now goes under the water during the normal tide,? Ibrahim said. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain SEARCH "HOSSAIN FLOATING FARMS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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