The impacts of the climate crisis are forcing thousands of people from coastal Bangladesh into the cities. They move on with their lives, but it's never quite the same. For many, they’ll never make enough money to return to their homes, and they lose generations of family, friends, livelihoods - but also culture and traditions. It's a new home, that never really feels like home.
Extreme soil salinity is rendering thousands of hectares of farmland in coastal Bangladesh barren for months of every year. This slow-onset impact of the climate crisis is forcing millions of farmers to abandon a centuries-old - and one of the most basic - livelihoods. But not all is lost. Ashim Shikari is a farmer adapting to the climate crisis through sunflowers.