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Bangkok residents navigate heavy floods by boat
An assessment of water-related climate change adaptation initiatives in Thailand has found that living weirs and re-establishing floodplains can reduce the vulnerability of communities and ecosystems, alongside a range of other benefits.
United Nations Environment Programme
South-East Asia is among the regions most vulnerable to the effects of climate change, where rising sea levels and intensifying natural hazards affect millions of people in densely populated areas and coastal zones.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization - Headquarters
Despite their importance to global diets, the vulnerability of aquatic foods to environmental change has been vastly understudied, with the US, China and Thailand most at risk overall
University of California, Santa Barbara

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