Just a decade ago, farmer Bilal Hossein lived comfortably, but now he can barely make ends meet after his land was submerged by seawater.
Like many of the five million people who live in the Satkhira district of southern Bangladesh, Bilal is now thinking of emigrating from his village.
Climate change has been especially devastating to the coastal areas of Bangladesh, rendering villages uninhabitable.
BBC Bangla visited the area and spoke with many villagers struggling to cope with the impact of climate change.
Reporter: Akbar Hossain
Filming: Muhammad Shahnewaj
Producer: Lina Shaikhouni
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The COP26 global climate summit in Glasgow in November is seen as crucial if climate change is to be controlled. Almost 200 countries are being asked about their plans to reduce emissions, which could lead to major changes in our daily lives.