Environmental policy in the US definitely effects Malaysia and nearby parts of the world, particularly through global warming. Scientists believe that higher global temperatures have likely already contributed to flooding in Malaysia, and that global warming is going to make severe tropical storms more common throughout the tropics. Part of the reason is that global warming is going to alter the flow of the Great Ocean Conveyor Belt – a current that transports warm water from the tropics to the cooler north, where the heat dissipates into the cold water. If the Conveyor belt slows or stops flowing altogether, warm water will stay in the tropics, and warmer surface temperatures will contribute to more dangerous weather events. This is just one of many ways that global warming will affect Malaysia and other tropical countries.
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