H.E. Mr. Beksultan Ibraimov, Deputy Minister of Kyrgyzstan at the CVF Forum of Vulnerable Nations
Climate Vulnerable Nations Launch Payment Overdue
The CVF has decided to make a loss and damage its key communications issue in 2022 by launching an online social campaign entitled “Payment Overdue.” The campaign is asking for the biggest polluting nations to finally pay up for Loss & Damage. It aims to raise awareness of L&D, build support and attract funds to address L&D, and it aims to promote sharing of L&D solutions.
Statement by CVF Presidency Incoming Chair, H.E. Nana Akufo-Addo, Hon’ble President of Ghana
Ghana feels incredibly honored to accept this greater challenge to be the next CVF Presidency and represent the most vulnerable countries part of the CVF, and to build on all the great work which was done during the past 2 years of Bangladesh as CVF Chair.
Statement by CVF Presidency Outgoing Chair, H.E. Sheikh Hasina, MP Hon’ble Prime Minister
Bangladesh took over the Presidency of the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) in 2020 for the second time. We managed to steer the Forum’s work through the COVID-19 pandemic. We feel relieved that we could achieve most of our objectives and more.
Developing countries are leading climate actions
The Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) was launched over 10 years ago, by then President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives, and has been operating since then with a different head of government in charge of it for a two-year tenure.
Statement for Press Conference at UNFCCC COP26 by Special Envoy Abul Kalam Azad
We need to act to leave this world better than we got it.