Planning and costing agriculture’s adaptation to climate change in the salinity-prone cropping system of Bangladesh

This study aims to investigate adaptation requirements and their cost implications in the context of coastal agriculture in Bangladesh. The particular objectives of the study are: To investigate the operation of the agricultural production system in salinity-prone areas of Bangladesh and how this may be affected by climate change; To devise the necessary adaptation options and investigate the roles different stakeholders at different levels have to play in implementing these; To consider how these adaptation measures can be mainstreamed into national development plans; and To assess the costs of such adaptation measures to the different stakeholders involved.