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Stepping up climate action in Southeast Asia could result in economic gains of 12.5 Trillion USD

If Southeast Asia steps up efforts on climate change and rapidly reduces emissions, it could achieve economic gains of $12.5 trillion in present value terms, according to a recent Deloitte Report.

You can access the report via this website.

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