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... It can also be defined as the mechanism or technique applied to reduce the effect of climate change. Climatic adaptation strategies, therefore, are becoming increasingly important in developing countries like Africa and Asia as they are the most affected regions by climate change (Pachauri and Meyer, 2014;IPCC, 2018). ...
... The averages temperatures in Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand from 1971 to 2000 were in the range of 27.0 • C to 27.8 • C (Torsri, Octaviani, Manomaiphiboon, & Towprayoon, 2013), while the average temperatures in Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos were in the range of 24 • C to 28.4 • C (World Bank, 2011). According to IPCC (2018) , the average surface temperature has increased by between 0.1 • C and 0.3 • C per decade across the SEA region. In April 2016, the SEA region's surface temperature, particularly for Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, and Peninsular Malaysia, surpassed the national record with an increment of over 2.0 • C, caused by the strong El-Niño (Thirumalai, Dinezio, Okumura, & Deser, 2017). ...
... The large-scale geophysical phenomenon of climate change torments society for several years. It is driven by the gradual increase in atmospheric greenhouse gases causing raised air temperature, sea-level rise, ocean acidification, and more frequent extreme weather events (Masson-Delmotte et al., 2018;Shukla et al., 2019). Although it is often attributed to human activity, societal opinions seem divided (Brulle, Carmichael, & Jenkins, 2012;Hahnel, Mumenthaler, & Brosch, 2019;Sugg, 2021). ...