Member States

Vanuatu

Vanuatu is an archipelago of low-lying islands located in the Pacific.

Climate Change Policies

Reduce GHG emissions by 100% (in relation to GHG emissions BAU levels (2010)) by 2030 for the electricity sub-sector and Reduce GHG emissions by 30% (in relation to GHG emissions BAU levels (2010)) by 2030 for energy sector as a whole conditional to external support.

Adaptation: Priority Sectors:

1) Agriculture and food security;

2) Sustainable tourism development;

3) Community based marine resource management;

4) Sustainable forest management + 1 other highlighted priority sector.

Adaptation: Priority Sectors:

1) Agriculture and food security;

2) Sustainable tourism development;

3) Community based marine resource management;

4) Sustainable forest management + 1 other highlighted priority sector.

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Year of joining the CVF

2011

Capital

Port Vila

Year of national independence

1980

Website Links

National Focal Points

Mr. Johnety Jerette

ACTING DIRECTOR, UN DESK OFFICER

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Mr Brian Phillips

MANAGER, CLIMATE CHANGE & DRR PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT, VANUATU METEOROGICAL SERVICES

Vanuatu Meteorological Services, Ministry for Infrastructure &; Public Utilities

Mr. Mike Sam Waiwai

DIRECTOR

Government of Vanuatu

Mr. Yvon Basil

ACTING DIRECTOR GENERAL

Government of Vanuatu

News from Vanuatu

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CVF Youth Capacity-Building Fellowship

In order to promote and advance ambitious climate action for the next generation of changemakers, the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) is launching a “Youth Capacity-Building Fellowship” which will recruit youth voices from CVF countries.

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