According to studies, the northern part of Indonesia’s capital city Jakarta is sinking by 2.5 meters every 10 years. More aggressive actions have been called for by experts. Coastal cities and small islands in the Asia-Pacific need more funds to assist vulnerable communities and help them to relocate or to help them defend themselves from rising sea levels and extreme weather, experts have said. Environmental activists and advocates have urged for more aggressive action to deal with global warming and climate changeIn the Thai capital of Bangkok, a three-day UN Climate Change Gathering took place which ended this Friday. The gathering came as the widespread damage from Hurricane Dorian on the Bahamas group of islands in the Atlantic became more apparent, showcasing the clear and present danger of Climate Change which is being tackled poorly by countries.According to satellite footages, some of the Bahamas islands have already drowned underwater. Delegates from the International Youth Climate Movement attending the Thailand summit said that climate change was an “unprecedented” issue that was required to be addressed with more importance and investment.”We have a very small window to reverse the actions that are happening today. The world is running out of time.” they stated.