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Dozens of students packed onto a boat docked in a flood-prone area of Bangladesh listen closely to a lesson highlighting the natural life of the rivers around them.

It is a normal day on a school boat project that aims to keep students in classes during monsoon season — and teach them about a changing climate in a country facing increasingly devastating floods fueled by global warming.

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