Climate Emergency Asia
Asia is the largest continent of the world and occupies 30% of the world’s land area with 48 countries. It hosts 60% of the population of the world. However, this mammoth population has been under a constant devastation by natural climatic disasters for the past many decades, with financial losses of billions of dollars, and human losses paralleling it.

​​These climatic disasters include the World’s biggest tsunami of 2005 in Indonesia, the cyclone Nargis in Burma during 2008, the massive flooding of Pakistan in 2010 and 2011 and the continuous spell of droughts gripping large parts of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and China.

All these climatic disasters are the consequences of the ever increasing process of global warming. Asia is the largest contributor of the Green House Gases (GHG’s) in the world, and is therefore facing the worst onslaught from the climatic changes. 
IMPACT OF GLOBAL WARMING ON THE FOOD SECURITY OF SOUTHEAST ASIA
This is a report about the process of global warming wrecking a havoc in the Southeast Asian Region and ultimately resulting in a situation of food insecurity. 
IMPACT OF GLOBAL WARMING ON CLIMATE OF PAKISTAN AND THE RESULTING FOOD INSECURITY
This is a report about the catastrophic climatic events ravaging the already stressed state of Pakistan.

EFFECT OF GLOBAL WARMING ON THE CLIMATE OF INDIA
This report analyzes the effects of global warming on the climate of India, with a special attention paid​​​​ to the destructive monsoon season.
UN climate convention secretariat
Climate News: Asia

Wall St. Journal Record heat wave N.E Asia 2013
CNN Aug 2013 Northeast Asia suffers under severe heat wave
CNN Aug 2013 People, crops and fish suffer in China heat wave
Japan Times Aug 2013 Kochi city bakes in record-setting
​41-degree heat​
Washington Post Aug 2013 ​Japan, South Korea soar to hottest recorded levels

Regional Impacts &Vulnerabilities to Climate Change in Asia
UN climate convention office​