Climate Change and Livelihood Pattern:A Study at Sharankhola - About to Bangladesh
by Roy, Kanak Kanti
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Climate change induced vulnerabilities have become prime concerns all over the world including Bangladesh. The Author aims at the intense relation between the livelihood pattern and our role to manage the upcoming vulnerabilities apart from identifying the intensity or assessment of vulnerability. Sarankhola upazila, under the district of Bagerhat in Bangladesh has been taken as the selected area of this study. The Book focuses on adaptive responses and coping strategies against the present and probabilistic climatic variability and changes of livelihood in the context of Bangladesh.The Author is grateful to Almighty for completing this work successfully. He would like to express his sincere gratitude and profound appreciation to Mr. Shahnewaz Nazimuddin Ahmed, Associate Professor, Economics Discipline and Dean,Social Science School, Khulna University, Khulna for his continuous supervision, guidance,inspiration and thoughtful suggestion in completion of the work. Finally, his special appreciation goes to HEQEP (Higher Education Quality Enhancement Project) for financial assistance to accomplish the research work and also grateful to all the respondents and people of the study area.
Roy, Kanak Kanti
KANAK KANTI ROY,BSS(Hoons.) and MSS in ECONOMICS,KHULNA UNIVERSITY,BANGLADESH.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
December 29, 2012
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.005 m; 0.159 kg