With the health effects of climate change already beginning to manifest in the region and global progress in climate action remaining slow and even dismal, the need for building resilient health systems that can withstand climate-related stress and respond to health consequences becomes much more urgent now than ever before. SEA Junction in collaboration with Canada Mission to ASEAN organized the event on this very compelling issue on 30 January 2020 to discuss the threats to health brought about by climate change to Southeast Asia.


Photo by Rosalia Sciortino, Tipakson Manpati and Panupong Boontongchuay