Asia’s Response to Climate Change and Natural Disasters: Implications for an Evolving Regional Architecture

The paper examines how Asia as a region is responding to the non-traditional and trans-boundary security threats of climate change and natural disasters, and what it means for the evolution of regional institutions. Stacey White authored the chapter on regional approaches to disaster management, studying the roles of multiple Asian regional organizations during multiple research trips to the region. The volume was published by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in 2010.