Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Mother--Child-and-Sundari-Tree-on-Ghoramara-island-27MZIFL67G13.htmlConceptually similarBengali Woman Plants Mangroves on Sagar IslandGP018I2Completed★★★★★★★Children Play on Ghoramara islandGP01JO9Completed★★★★Mike Fincken Plants Mangrove on Sagar IslandGP018RYCompleted★★★★Children Play on Ghoramara IslandGP01JOACompleted★★★★Anil Chandra Das on Ghoramara islandGP0190ZCompleted★★★★Occupied Hut along the EmbankmentGP01JOCCompleted★★★★Three Young Boys in GhoramaraGP019HJCompleted★★★★Anil Chandra Das on Ghoramara IslandGP018SWCompleted★★★★Sea Level Rise in IndiaGP01V1UCompleted★★★★View AllGP01JO5Mother, Child and Sundari Tree on Ghoramara islandA woman and her daughter are seen here by the 'Sundari' mangrove tree. Sundari means beautiful lady in the Bengali language. Locations:Asia-Ghoramara island-India-Indian Sundarbans-South Asia-West BengalDate:30 Mar, 2007Credit:© GreenpeaceMaximum size:1920px X 2560pxRestrictions:No FundraisingKeywords:Children-Climate (campaign title)-Daughters-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Mangroves-Mothers-Outdoors-Portraits-Trees-WomenShoot:Climate Change Threatens the SundarbansThe Sundarbans is a fragile set of islands which is particularly vulnerable to the increasing threat of climate change. The rivers that pour down from the Himalayas and empty into the Bay of Bengal have swollen and shifted in recent decades. This has resulted in increased flooding, threatening the local communities and agriculture as crops are swept away by floods or contaminated with water.