Due to its unique geography, combined with underlying factors such as the presence of extreme poverty and high dependence on climate-sensitive sectors like agriculture and natural resources, Southeast Asia is highly vulnerable to climate change impacts. Member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have thus undertaken ambitious commitments and implemented several actions on climate change mitigation and adaptation at the national and regional levels.
Developing Country Perspectives at the WTO's 2022 Public Forum
You can view this video of a working session on regional perspectives on trade and climate change co-hosted by TESS and regional partners at the WTO's 2022 Public Forum.
Developing Country Perspectives
This publication is part of a series of policy papers commissioned by TESS with partners on Developing country perspectives on trade, climate change, and sustainable development.