No one saw it coming – the extensive flooding and damage in the NY City area in 2012 from Hurricane Sandy. But all the signs were there, half way across the planet in Bangladesh. The Brothers witness first hand the impact of rising sea levels and the increasing frequency and ferocity of violent storms, and some of the amazing adaptations the people of Bangladesh are undertaking. Will these solutions and others hold the key to Bangladesh’s floating future, or is this country on the verge of a massive environmental refugee crisis? Watch out, because Here Comes the Flood!
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