Kutubdia Island, Bangladesh, has shrunk from 200 sq km to 32 km sq; over 35,000
climate refugees from the island are now facing eviction from Kutubdia Para, a
neighborhood of Cox Bazaar, Bangladesh where, over the past 25 years, these
forced migrants have planted trees, built roads, schools, mosques, and houses.

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