Garment employees work at Fakhruddin Textile Mills Limited in Gazipur, Bangladesh. Smaller-scale suppliers in Bangladesh would be greatly affected by rising water levels. Photo: Reuters Garment employees work at Fakhruddin Textile Mills Limited in Gazipur, Bangladesh. Smaller-scale suppliers in Bangladesh would be greatly affected by rising water levels. Photo: Reuters
Garment employees work at Fakhruddin Textile Mills Limited in Gazipur, Bangladesh. Smaller-scale suppliers in Bangladesh would be greatly affected by rising water levels. Photo: Reuters
Climate change

Apparel-producing areas in Asia will be underwater by 2030 unless they relocate to higher ground, study warns

  • The analysis warns that the problem of rising sea levels is receiving little attention
  • Smaller-scale suppliers would be most affected, the paper said, highlighting the example of Bangladesh

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Garment employees work at Fakhruddin Textile Mills Limited in Gazipur, Bangladesh. Smaller-scale suppliers in Bangladesh would be greatly affected by rising water levels. Photo: Reuters Garment employees work at Fakhruddin Textile Mills Limited in Gazipur, Bangladesh. Smaller-scale suppliers in Bangladesh would be greatly affected by rising water levels. Photo: Reuters
Garment employees work at Fakhruddin Textile Mills Limited in Gazipur, Bangladesh. Smaller-scale suppliers in Bangladesh would be greatly affected by rising water levels. Photo: Reuters
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