An aerial view of flooded George Town city in the northern Malaysian state of Penang on November 5, after a severe storm led to two deaths and some 2,000 people evacuated. Photo: AP An aerial view of flooded George Town city in the northern Malaysian state of Penang on November 5, after a severe storm led to two deaths and some 2,000 people evacuated. Photo: AP
An aerial view of flooded George Town city in the northern Malaysian state of Penang on November 5, after a severe storm led to two deaths and some 2,000 people evacuated. Photo: AP
Climate change

Are natural disasters man-made? It’s hard to deny when the effects of climate change are all around us

Andrew Sheng says that from increasingly intense hurricanes to regional landslides and flooding, it’s clear our actions are effecting the environment. But, it’s also evident that there are ways for us to avert disaster and change course

Topic |   Climate change
An aerial view of flooded George Town city in the northern Malaysian state of Penang on November 5, after a severe storm led to two deaths and some 2,000 people evacuated. Photo: AP An aerial view of flooded George Town city in the northern Malaysian state of Penang on November 5, after a severe storm led to two deaths and some 2,000 people evacuated. Photo: AP
An aerial view of flooded George Town city in the northern Malaysian state of Penang on November 5, after a severe storm led to two deaths and some 2,000 people evacuated. Photo: AP
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