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Flooding is the most serious climate change impact for some Southeast Asian nations, according to a climate survey on South-East Asians’ attitudes and perceptions that has published.
he majority of people in Asean want to shift away from polluting fossil fuels and embrace renewable energy to tackle climate change as floods, loss of biodiversity and sea level rise loom as the top three climate threats in the region.
PETALING JAYA: Students are looking forward to face-to-face lessons with schools reopening soon, according to a study.
LEARNING at home is not without its challenges but with help and support from their families, students would be better able to cope with lessons outside the classroom.
BANGKOK (Bloomberg): Thailand’s parliament passed major electoral changes favouring larger parties, a move expected to help Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha’s (pic) military-backed organisation amid speculation of an early election.
THE country’s runaway virus outbreak is presenting wealthy nations donating Covid-19 vaccines and supplies with a tough choice: work with the generals that overthrew the civilian government or let the situation spiral further out of control.Since the military took over in a coup more than six months ago, virus infections and deaths have soared. The country has officially disclosed a few hundred fatalities each day for the past month, though doctors say the real numbers are exponentially higher.
YANGON (Bloomberg): Myanmar’s runaway virus outbreak is presenting wealthy nations donating Covid-19 vaccines and supplies with a tough choice: work with the generals that overthrew the civilian government, or let the situation spiral further out of control.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN): This coming Sunday (Aug 8), the Association of South-East Asian Nations (Asean) celebrates the 54th Asean Day.