Climate change is a daily reality for millions of people in Asia’s cities, villages and coasts. From water shortage in Jakarta and rapidly-rising sea levels in the Sundarbans, to long droughts in Vietnam and extreme heatwaves in Delhi’s slums, witness how those on the frontlines confront climate challenges as they unfold over 24 hours.
By 2025, half the world's population will lack access to fresh water – follow communities in the Mekong Delta, Singapore and Jakarta that are already affected by water scarcity.
By 2050, rising sea levels will flood 200 million people’s homes across the globe. Will those who live by the coasts adapt, or are they facing a losing battle?
Land use and climate stability are a delicate balancing act. Get it right and you reduce carbon emissions; get it wrong, and you fuel climate change.