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Hi there,
This week, we’re sharing some powerful images made by our storytellers. These photographs reveal the raw reality of how people are struggling with the impact of climate change around the world.
Water is the primary medium through which we will feel the effects of climate change. Improved water management, monitoring and forecasting are needed in the face of a looming global water crisis, the UN World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and partners said in a report published on 5 October.
World Meteorological Organization
Wake up to the looming water crisis, multi-agency #ClimateServices for #Water report warns
We need to improve water monitoring and management, strengthen early warnings and ensure integrated water and #ClimateAction
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Nextblue aims to inspire change from political leaders, decision makers, and the general public. Our storytellers spark debate and they show a personal view of our ever-changing planet.
The villagers of Haldergheri in Maipith, Sundarbans are working hard to build dikes to protect their village from sea water. Photo:  Supratim Bhattacharjee
The villagers of Haldergheri in Maipith, Sundarbans are working hard to build dikes to protect their village from sea water. Photo: Supratim Bhattacharjee
A girl is collecting water for her family in Sindh province, Pakistan. Photo: Amar Guriro
A girl is collecting water for her family in Sindh province, Pakistan. Photo: Amar Guriro
Re-greening through the inclusion of farmers and communities in Tanzania. Photo: Ngoteya Wild
Re-greening through the inclusion of farmers and communities in Tanzania. Photo: Ngoteya Wild
Kharkhola Rivulet, the nearest alternative water source for Puranogaun village in Nepal, has been dry since the last decade. Photo: Nabin Baral
Kharkhola Rivulet, the nearest alternative water source for Puranogaun village in Nepal, has been dry since the last decade. Photo: Nabin Baral
Abdul Jabbar and his son Muhammad Hashim walk across floodwater in Sindh, Pakistan. Their home was devastated during the monsoon floods. Photo: Saiyna Bashir/WFP
Abdul Jabbar and his son Muhammad Hashim walk across floodwater in Sindh, Pakistan. Their home was devastated during the monsoon floods. Photo: Saiyna Bashir/WFP
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Water crisis in the hilly area of Bangladesh
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Bangladesh has come a long way since 1970, when a powerful cyclone claimed the lives of a million people in the region. Today, thanks to national and international cooperation, Bangladesh has 5,500 cyclone shelters💪

#OnlyTogether #DRRDay https://t.co/S2vcCzLcyL https://t.co/QQ3yPBGhns
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