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Climate Security in Southeast Asia


The ongoing gravity of stresses on the global climate system is increasingly understood as “unequivocal” and “unprecedented” as rapid and widespread climatic variability occurs. Moreover, accelerating rates of anthropogenic environmental change engender novel human security threats. Increased severity and frequency of natural disasters, land degradation, diminishing biodiversity, extreme weather, and other environmental insecurities pose significant societal risks.

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Henkin, Samuel D. and Madeline Romm. 2023. "Climate Security in Southeast Asia." College Park, MD: START (April). https://www.start.umd.edu/sites/default/files/publications/local_attachments/Climate%20Security%20in%20Southeast%20Asia.pdf

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