The Edge MY
With the recent floods that happened in Kuala Lumpur, climate has become unpredictable in Malaysia. The country’s climate risk is ‘ranked’ high, and the country has addressed this resilience gap with plans to mitigate and adapt to the climate change. However, there is still much room for improvement.
In an op-ed written for The Edge Malaysia, Zarif Munir and Stefanie Khaw highlight the gap of collaborative adaptation, and the measures stakeholders can take to combat this alarming climate change.