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People in coastal regions of Asia, particularly those living in cities, could face some of the worst effects of global warming, climate experts will warn this week. Hundreds of millions of people are likely to lose their homes as flooding, famine and rising sea levels sweep the region, one of the most vulnerable on Earth to the impact of global warming, the UN states. The report — Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability — makes it clear that for the first half of this century countries such as the UK will avoid the worst impacts of climate change, triggered by rising carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere.

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The compelling social and economic reasons to rapidly shift to low carbon and resilience were outlined by high-level speakers who warned that current levels of ambition to tackle climate change are insufficient, putting the world on a path towards global warming of more than 3 degrees Celsius. A key takeaway was that Asia-Pacific Region can lead the global transformation in line with a 1. Holding the global average temperature rise is the central goal of the Paris Climate Change Agreement.

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This assessment is one in a series resulting from a WWF study that assesses the vulnerability of numerous species to the effects of climate change. For each species, we also recommend climate-adaptive management strategies. View other species in the series.

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Why is it necessary and even vital to maintain the global temperature increase below 1. Adaptation will be less difficult. Our world will suffer less negative impacts on intensity and frequency of extreme events, on resources, ecosystems, biodiversity, food security, cities, tourism, and carbon removal. Summary : The impacts of climate change are being felt in every inhabited continent and in the oceans.

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Scientific assessment indicates that the coastlines of Southeast Asia are highly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Climate change challenge is real and urgent in Southeast Asia. This paper presents a desktop review of the state of climate change research and policy in Southeast Asia.

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Large parts of Asian Russia could become habitable by the late 21st century due to climate change, new research has found. A study team from the Krasnoyarsk Federal Research Center, Russia, and the National Institute of Aerospace, USA, used current and predicted climate scenarios to examine the climate comfort of Asian Russia and work out the potential for human settlement throughout the 21st century. At 13 million square kilometres Asian Russia -- east of the Urals towards the Pacific -- accounts for 77 per cent of Russia's land area.

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Encompassing Indonesia, which faces significant pressures on its tropical forest resources; the oil-rich countries of the Middle East; and the rapidly developing nations of China and India currently the world's number one and four annual emitters of CO2 respectively, using dataAsia currently contributes the most global warming emissions annually. The Asian region also faces a range of climate impacts, including extreme heat, imperiled drinking water resources, and accelerated sea-level rise, which can lead to widespread population displacement, food insecurity, and costly damage to coastal cities and towns. This region's diversity is also apparent in its solutions. From providing cleaner cookstoves to rural families and improving rice cultivation to reduce methane emissions to reducing emissions from deforestation and cutting deepening dependence on carbon-emitting coal, the solutions to global warming pursued by countries across Asia are specific to their unique needs and opportunities.

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As Asia-Pacific Climate Week APCW wrapped up on Friday in Bangkok, a key takeaway was that long-term holistic planning would enable countries there to tap into the huge potential of renewable energy, and new technology while maximizing socio-economic benefits. Other compelling reasons to rapidly shift to low-carbon and resilience were outlined by high-level speakers who warned that current levels of ambition to tackle climate change are putting the world on a path towards global warming of more than 3 degrees Celsius — that is double the goal of 1. Participants agreed that in addition to governments, the transformation must be driven by sub-national regions and cities, the private sector and finance.

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The effects of global warming on South Asia include steady sea level riseincreased cyclonic activity, and changes in ambient temperature and precipitation patterns. Increased landslides and flooding are projected to have an impact upon states such as Assam. Ongoing sea level rises have already submerged several low-lying islands in the Sundarbansdisplacing thousands of people. The first among the countries to be affected by severe climate change is Bangladesh.

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