ABSTRACT

Southeast Asia: The Impact of Climate Change to 2030: Geopolitical Implications   [open pdf - 551KB]

"The National Intelligence Council-sponsored workshop entitled, The Implications of Global Climate Change in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Island States, held on July 21, 2009 brought together a panel of regional experts to consider the probable effects of climate change on Southeast Asia from a social, political, and economic perspective. The workshop focused on Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, and Burma. The panelists concluded that Southeast Asia faces a greater threat from existing manmade environmental challenges than from climate change to 2030."

Report Number:
CR 2010-02
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Date:
2010-01
Copyright:
Public Domain
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pdf
Media Type:
application/pdf
Source:
National Intelligence Council Conference on the Implications of Global Climate Change in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Island States. July 21, 2009
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