Displaced In 2012, 32.4 million people were displaced as a result of climate-related events and natural disasters. Experts predict these numbers will reach anywhere between 50 and 200 million by the year 2050. Those living in poverty lack the resources to recover quickly, if at all, from climate-related disasters, and the “bottom billion,” the worlds poorest poor, are the most vulnerable to climate-induced displacement. Unfortunately, there are no international legal protections for these individuals. This work is the beginning of a large project documenting those populations that are among the most vulnerable to the increasing impacts of climate change. It begins in the Satkhira district of Southwest Bangladesh, a country where sea-level rise and extreme weather events have displaced millions of people in recent years.