With just over two months to go before the Tokyo Olympics, a new report evaluating environmental and climate-related threats facing the world’s urban centers says the capital is among the cities that are most vulnerable to natural disasters.

According to the Cities@Risk outlook released by research firm Verisk Maplecroft on Wednesday, 99 of the world’s 100 riskiest cities are in Asia, including 37 in China and 43 in India. The report ranks 576 cities on their exposure to a range of environmental issues.

While Jakarta — plagued by pollution, seismic activity and flooding — topped the list, the report warned that 414 cities across the globe with a collective population of over 1.4 billion “are deemed to be at high or extreme risk from a combination of pollution, dwindling water supplies, extreme heat stress, natural hazards and vulnerability to climate change.”