Individual Rights and the Impacts of Climate Change in Bangladesh’s Coastal Zone

  • Mir Mohammad Mohi Uddin Rafi
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  • Mir Mohammad Mohi Uddin Rafi

    LL.M. student at East West University, Bangladesh

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A significant problem facing the entire globe is climate change. Ecosystems, human systems, urban systems, economic systems, social systems, as well as individual rights, are all impacted by climate change. One of the countries in the world that has been most badly affected by climate-related calamities is Bangladesh. People in Bangladesh are the most impacted by the effects of climate change in the coastal zone. In the coastal region of Bangladesh, climate change violates individual rights. Through the analysis of data and news, that was discovered. This study found an intriguing link between the impacts of climate change and individual rights in the coastal zone of Bangladesh. People's livelihoods, health, and burdens are all adversely affected by climate change.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 1, Page 2475 - 2485


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