A business-as-usual approach to climate change will be "disastrous" for Asia, undoing much of the phenomenal economic growth that has helped it make vast inroads against poverty, the Asian Development Bank said in a report released Friday. A continued reliance on fossil fuels will see the world's most populous region face prolonged heat waves, rising sea levels, and changing rainfall patterns that will disrupt the ecosystem, damage livelihoods and possibly even cause wars, it said. By the end of the century, parts of the continent could see mean temperatures shoot up to eight degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, as the global mean temperature rises by half that, it added. The Paris climate accord commits nations to keep global temperatures well below 2. While a 2 degrees Celsius rise will be difficult to manage, "one can assume that a 4 degrees Celsius increase would lead to humanitarian disasters in many nations and result in unmanageable migration flows or locked-in populations", the report said.
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Weather in Asia
Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate - Wikipedia
The enormous expanse of Asia and its abundance of mountain barriers and inland depressions have resulted in great differences between regions in solar radiation , atmospheric circulation , precipitation, and climate as a whole. A continental climate , associated with large landmasses and characterized by an extreme annual range of temperature, prevails over a large part of Asia. Air reaching Asia from the Atlantic Ocean , after passing over Europe or Africa , has had time to be transformed into continental air—i. As a result of the prevalent eastward movement of the air masses in the midlatitudes, as well as the isolating effect of the marginal mountain ranges, the influence of sea air from the Pacific Ocean extends only to the eastern margins of Asia.
Climate & Weather Averages in South East Asia, Vietnam
October 30, A team of scientists, led by the University of Bristol, have used climate models and geological records to better understand changes in the East Asian monsoon over long geologic time scales. Their findings, published today in the journal Science Advances , suggest that the monsoon system 's development was more sensitive to changes in geography especially mountain height rather than carbon dioxide, and that the monsoon came into existence around 40 million years earlier than previously thought.
While developing economies such as India, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam increasingly turn to cheap coal to meet fast-growing demand for electricity, some nations are ramping up use of renewable energy, although its share of the total fuel mix for power generation is still small. Asian countries must set more ambitious goals to contribute to global efforts to curb climate change, said Ovais Sarmad, the deputy executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The comment came as officials of Asian nations met in the Thai capital of Bangkok this week to discuss ways to spur regional, and global, efforts to fight climate change. Further warming could push the climate system closer to irreversible tipping points, scientists warn, raising the risk of harvest failures, forced migration, mass extinction of species, ecosystem collapse and societal breakdown.