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In 2020, climate disasters overstrained Bangladesh. First, the cyclone Amphan with winds up to 150 kmph crossed 26 districts from South to North on May 20. Then from July to August, the devastating monsoon flooded 33 districts of the country. These two events in only a couple of weeks suggest that climatic shocks’ frequency and severity are on the rise due to climate change in one of the world’s most climate-vulnerable countries.

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