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Climate change threatens Southeast Asian countries. A study features climate resilience suggestions for vulnerable countries.
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Governments need to adequately invest in pre-emptive measures to enhance resilience and prepare for extreme climate events and threats.
The study's findings will help governments at various levels, practitioners of resilience and disaster risk management, and policymakers.
The Science for Disaster Risk Management 2020 report moves from identifying problems to providing solutions sharing information.
The Global Commission on Adaptation report presents a comprehensive adaptation and mitigation measures, the urgent need to invest and its benefits.