Victims of flooding carry belongings salvaged from their homes in Pakistan on Thursday. The deluge, which began in mid-June, has triggered landslides and collapsed houses, killing over 1,350 people including hundreds of children, and leaving more than 600,000 homeless. Photo: AP
Victims of flooding carry belongings salvaged from their homes in Pakistan on Thursday. The deluge, which began in mid-June, has triggered landslides and collapsed houses, killing over 1,350 people including hundreds of children, and leaving more than 600,000 homeless. Photo: AP
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Floods, heatwaves, landslides, food security: Southeast Asians air climate concerns in new report

  • Southeast Asia Climate Outlook 2022 survey questioned over 1300 people across Asean’s 10 countries, with many nations seen as slow, ineffective
  • Climate change will ‘haunt region and world for many decades, even in best case scenario’, said ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, survey organiser

Victims of flooding carry belongings salvaged from their homes in Pakistan on Thursday. The deluge, which began in mid-June, has triggered landslides and collapsed houses, killing over 1,350 people including hundreds of children, and leaving more than 600,000 homeless. Photo: AP
Victims of flooding carry belongings salvaged from their homes in Pakistan on Thursday. The deluge, which began in mid-June, has triggered landslides and collapsed houses, killing over 1,350 people including hundreds of children, and leaving more than 600,000 homeless. Photo: AP
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