Climate Impact Asia
Climate Impact Asia is a documentary series made in collaboration with CuriosityStream and StarHub, available as both a one-hour TV special and a four-part mini-documentary series, it looks at the critical impacts of our changing climate systems on one of the most vulnerable regions in the world – Southeast Asia. The key themes explored in this series include:
- Sea-Level Rise
- Coastal Hazards
- Food Security
- Tectonic and Volcanic activity
Working on solutions to mitigate the changing climate systems in the region requires long term planning; there has never been such an important time to be an Earth scientist in Southeast Asia, where science, facts, and data can help shape important policies that will improve the future of those living in the region.
This documentary takes a closer look at the research carried out by lead scientists from the Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) to better understand the critical importance of evidence-based science, the plans and policies required to ensure Southeast Asia survives into the 21st century, and what the future holds for these societies.
Climate Impact Asia is written and directed by well-known international filmmaker Liz Courtney. She is best known for her 6-part series The Tipping Points of Climate Change, Earth’s Survival, Cool School Antarctica, and Youth for Plant. A resident of the Asia Pacific region and Artist in Residence at the Earth Observatory of Singapore, Liz is keen to explore key factors that will challenge the Southeast Asian region in the coming decade.