Transport infrastructure must be climate change resilient because utility pipes, power and telecommunication lines run along with it.
Climate change events of cataclysmic proportion led some cities to design infrastructure with climate adaptation in mind.
"Building Climate Resilience in Southeast Asia - A Handbook for Action" by BSR & the Rockefeller Foundation aims to help equip businesses in Southeast Asia.
The World Bank published the report, "Pacific Possible: Climate and Disaster Resilience," which deals with climate adaptation costs, needed resilience strategies, and climate adaptation efforts on the Pacific Islands.
Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable countries in Asia to climate change due to its geographical location and land characteristics.
Transport infrastructures are affected badly in island countries in the Caribbean, Pacific, Africa, and the Indian Ocean regions.
Three post-graduate students of the University of Auckland review the climate change policies of the contending parties.
There was widespread destruction in Fiji when Winston, a Category 5 cyclone, hit in 2016. School buildings were affected and damaged.