Southeast Asia’s Water Troubles Underscore Climate Threat

Over the previous 12 months, rising environmental threats in Asia have had a lot to do with water—most significantly rising seas pushed by international warming.

Southeast Asia is proving to be notably weak.

New research present that local weather change and rising sea ranges will threaten the lives of tens of hundreds of thousands of individuals and far of the wildlife in East Asia ahead of had initially been anticipated.

A latest research referred to by some as a “Doomsday Report” means that rising sea ranges may flood thrice extra land than beforehand predicted.

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Miriam Jackson