Sustainability at the forefront to counter climate-related disasters


Hot issue: The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports that with the region’s weak climate defence, South-East Asia is one of the most vulnerable areas to climate change.

AS the world heats up, Malaysia must brace for more extreme weather and its implications. Worryingly, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports that with the region’s weak climate defence, South-East Asia is one of the areas most vulnerable to climate change impacts.

Our responsibilities now are manyfold; the first is to implement short and long-term steps to mitigate and slow down global warming, curb unregulated development, and to be ready and prepared when climate-related disasters and other catastrophes like earthquakes strike.

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