In October of 2015, I traveled to Bangladesh with fellow National Geographic collaborators Justin DeShields, Alize Carre and Katia Nicolova to film a story about climate change adaptation. We met up with veteran Bangladeshi correspondent Tania Rashid to explore the impact of rising sea levels on the country’s population. What we found was a scary scenario: Millions have been displaced by rising water already. But we also learned about innovative and traditional techniques for farming, living and learning amidst the rising water.
We shot primarily on Red Epic Dragon to give the piece a rich, filmic look.
Stay tuned for the film’s release at NationalGeographic.com!