JAKARTA • As the recent bout of extreme weather sets deadly records in parts of Asia, it also underscores just how vulnerable South-east Asia's emerging economies and even some of their wealthier neighbours are to climate change.
Scientists have long warned that climate change will likely trigger more extreme heatwaves, floods, droughts and storms. But far from being a future threat, the risks are increasingly clear right now.
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