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  • Writer's pictureSylvain Richer de Forges

Comparative analysis of structural climate adaptation in south east asia

Exciting developments in climate housing adaptations across Southeast Asia! 

 Recent data reveals the pressing need for resilient structures to combat climate change effects. According to the Asian Development Outlook 2023, rising sea levels pose a significant threat to coastal communities.


With over 3,000 km of coastline, Vietnam faces substantial challenges. The World Bank reports that by 2050, nearly 20% of Ho Chi Minh City could be underwater if adaptive measures aren't implemented.


 A study by the National Science and Technology Development Agency underscores the urgency. By 2030, Bangkok's average temperature is projected to increase by 2.2°C, influencing housing design and construction methodologies.


The Ministry of National Development Planning highlights Jakarta's vulnerability. Investing in climate-resilient housing is crucial as approximately 95% of Jakarta is expected to be below sea level by 2050 (Geophysical Research Letters).

These statistics emphasize the need for innovative solutions. Collaboration between governments, NGOs, and private sectors is imperative to build a sustainable future. Let's contribute to climate-resilient housing solutions in Southeast Asia! 

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