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Bangladesh Coal Plants Threaten World’s Largest Mangrove Forest

Click to expand Image The Bangladesh government threatens to destroy life-saving forests by building coal-fired power plants. Coal fired plants are a major contributor to the greenhouse gas emissions that fuel climate change.  © Sultan Mahmud Mukut / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images) Cyclone Amphan, the most powerful to strike in the Bay of Bengal in 20 years, made landfall on the India-Bangladesh coast last month. Amphan ripped off roofs, washed away homes, and flooded farms. Crucially, Bangladesh was able to mitigate impact and save lives because of its robust emergency response…

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