Trust nature: The best way to defend deltas against rising seas is with sand and mud

Delta cities like Chittagong in Bangladesh face increasing risks © Jashim Salam / WWF-UK
Land is sinking beneath the skyscrapers of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam © WWF / Greg Funnell
Mangroves cannot protect the shore without sufficient sediment supply © naturepl.com/Tim Laman/WWF
Keep the sediment flowing and deltas (& sand castles) can stay above the water © Frank Parhizgar / WWF

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