Perspective: Strained Stability — Climate Change and Regional Security in Southeast Asia
The consequences of climate change will be multifaceted. Each region of the world will face unique threats that range from extreme weather to rising sea levels to increased drought. These threats will interact with other vulnerabilities to exacerbate existing tensions. Southeast Asia is uniquely vulnerable to the growing threats of climate change. Southeast Asian coastal communities will face some of the worst impacts as they often live on the ocean’s edge and are highly reliant on fishing, both of which will be affected by climate change. Their high dependence on the ocean and fisheries will drive the overall security and stability of the region.
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