Climate change: India’s islands are being swallowed by the sea

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “Climate change: India’s islands are being swallowed by the sea” – below is their description.

A million people residing in India’s Sundarbans islands are under threat from cyclones, lack of drinking water and rising sea levels.

Residents have had their homes swept away, turning makeshift shacks into permanent homes for large families.

One young mother told Sky’s Katerina Vittozzi ‘nowhere feels safe’.

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