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Our Nextblue correspondent in India has made a beautiful documentary about coastal people in the Sundarbans, one of the largest mangrove forest in the world.

Photographer Supratim Bhattacharjee travelled across this unique ecosystem in India to the place where he spent his boyhood. Back then it was a dense forest, but due to human pressures and climate change, the forest was damaged. He made a documentary to show us the challenging life of coastal people in the Sundarbans.

Every month, we will put out a one-minute movie on our Vimeo Channel that investigates how a community that is connected to nature perceives climate change.

Look below for our first episode: Sinking Sundarbans.

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