International Conference on Southeast Asian Weather and Climate 2013 (ICSA-WC2013)

The ICSA is an annual event that is hosted by a different city in Southeast Asia each year. The ICSA is committed to highlighting current developments in our understanding of climate change and the potential impacts on our region. Climate change worldwide has affected ecosystems, resulting in increasingly destructive natural disasters, and severe impacts on the global production systems involving millions of people. Southeast Asia is especially vulnerable because agricultural crops are a major source of income for these economies.

The Conference is supported by the Green Tree Foundation, Chiang Mai Rajabhat University, National Science Museum (NSM), the Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology (IPST), the Royal Rainmaking and Agricultural Aviation Department, the Northern Meteorological Center, the Yunnan Province Meteorological Society of China, and Queensland University of Technology of Australia.