One architect in Bangladesh is fighting the rising tide of climate change by building floating schools.
In Bangladesh, a visionary architect is building floating schools to turn the front line of climate change into a community of learning. Mohammed Rezwan’s “design for good” project is re-casting the rising rivers as channels of communication -- and creating a blueprint for his country’s survival. But can “Bangladesh’s Noah” overcome both flooding and the brutal global competition for resources? Join filmmaker Glenn Baker on an off-the-grid journey that presents a new perspective on the developing world -– re-framing it as a source of solutions to this century's most pressing problems -- and ultimately, a place where hope floats.