Residents of India's Ghoramara Island want to leave their home as it shrinks every year due to rising seas, but many say they can't afford it.
The 4.6 sq km (1.8 sq mile) island, part of the Sundarbans delta on the Bay of Bengal, has nearly halved in size over the past two decades, according to village elders.
The tiny island is home to 4,800 people, down from 7,000 a decade ago.
As well as damaging homes, floods destroy valuable betel leaf crops that many islanders have depended on for a living.
"Every year, high-tide salt water enters my farm and destroys my cultivation, so I have to face a big loss," said Mihir Kumar Mondal, a betel leaf farmer.
Climate change experts say the entire island population will have to be relocated one day.
"There has to be some planning for those people, in terms of relocating them to other areas. Frankly speaking, this has to be in the plan of the government," said Suruchi Bhadwal, a researcher on climate change at the New Delhi-based Energy and Resources Institute.