The Bangladesh Presidency of the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) ended its two-year term, and passed the CVF Presidency to Ghana, in a ceremony held today. The CVF Presidency represents 55 of the most climate-threatened countries, in their global fight against the climate emergency.
Climate Vulnerable Forum releases Climate Survival Leadership Barometer tracking national climate targets
The report, entitled Climate Survival Leadership Barometer, as a new resource for how Paris Agreement NDC targets can be evaluated, discloses the evaluation criteria employed under the CVF’s ‘Midnight Survival Deadline for the Climate’ initiative. That initiative monitored in real time each country’s national targets, submitted up until midnight on 31 December 2020, to hold governments accountable for their obligations under the Paris Accords.
IPCC climate mitigation report highlights need for massive change to current emissions reduction pledges
The findings of the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group III Report, ‘Climate Change 2022: Mitigation of Climate Change’, confirms that the last decade recorded the highest increase in global emissions in the history of the planet.
CVF Ambassadors reactions in response to IPCC Working Group II report, “Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability”
Climate vulnerable nations adopt ‘Dhaka-Glasgow Declaration’ outlining their demands for COP26
Climate Vulnerable Forum launch Global Parliamentary Group.
Climate vulnerable nations lay out expectations for Glasgow COP26.