Foundation has taken up social research to probe into issues that affect coastal communities. The sea-level rise, geomorphological changes and cyclones are impacting the lives and livelihoods of the coastal communities. Among livelihoods agriculture and fisheries (including aquaculture) are highly impacted; therefore, solutions are required for sustainable lives and livelihoods in face of climate change. Following research lines have so far been taken up by the scientists and students of the foundation

  1. Investigation of the geomorphological changes of coastal islands of Northern Bay of Bengal through geo-spatial techniques and ground truth verifications
  1. Causes and consequences of embankment breaches and the engineering techniques to build sustainable embankments
  1. Climate refugee is an issue that foundation is conducting its research by considering aspects of inter-generational disparity, gender-inequality, nutrition and mental well-being
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