The impact of climate change is critical to the sustainable development of countries worldwide and the survival of human species, which is an urgent challenge faced by the international community. The Paris Agreement, announced at COP 21 in Paris, France, at the end of 2015, calls for all countries to share responsibility for greenhouse gas reductions in accordance with their historical, present and future obligations.
Most of the countries in the Asia-Pacific region are the Island countries, which are the most vulnerable to global climate change. Therefore, the countries in the region should take active greenhouse gas reduction actions, focusing on various impact-oriented prevention strategies. In addition to the reduction of greenhouse gases, it is also necessary to improve the legislative system, actively implement reduction policies and education, and strengthen the ability to adaptso as to ease the impact and influence due to climate change.