Climate-proofing Southeast Asia
Sustainability scientist at Boston University
PREMIUM Early this year, heavy downpours in what historically have been drier months flooded towns in the south of Thailand and on the border with Malaysia. Heavy rainfall also inundated a northern city on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines. If governments in Southeast Asian localities do not start acting now, many vulnerable populations in the region will continue to endure significant impac...
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