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A New Vision for Multilateral Cooperation

A New Vision for Multilateral Cooperation Mary Robinson’s Keynote Speech during the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Partnership Forum at the UN headquarters in New York on Wednesday April 5 2017 My thanks to President Shava for the opportunity to address this Forum today. And to President Thomson and Deputy Secretary-General Mohammed for their

1.5°C Benefits & Opportunities: We Can

1.5°C Benefits & Opportunities: We Can The CVF The Low Carbon Monitor Report, was commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme and Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) and was developed by Climate Analytics. The report focuses on the benefits that holding warming to 1.5°C brings in terms of economic growth, employment, avoided climate impacts, energy security,

1.5°C Benefits & Opportunities: Risk

1.5°C Benefits & Opportunities: Risk The CVF The Low Carbon Monitor Report, was commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme and Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) and was developed by Climate Analytics. The report focuses on the benefits that holding warming to 1.5°C brings in terms of economic growth, employment, avoided climate impacts, energy security, access

1.5°C Benefits & Opportunities: Ethics

1.5°C Benefits & Opportunities: Ethics The CVF The Low Carbon Monitor Report, was commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme and Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) and was developed by Climate Analytics. The report focuses on the benefits that holding warming to 1.5°C brings in terms of economic growth, employment, avoided climate impacts, energy security, access

The CVF Vision

THE CLIMATE VULNERABLE FORUM VISION The CVF Vision (Pdf, 0.1mb) Outcome document of the CVF High Level Meeting at UNFCCC COP22, Marrakech on Friday 18 November 2016. The response to climate change is climate justice and social justice in action. In partnership and with the support of the international community, we aim to survive and thrive

Most Vulnerable Commit to Stronger Climate Action at COP22

Climate Vulnerable Forum Commits to Stronger Climate Action at COP22 Forum expanded by five nations: Colombia, The Gambia, Lebanon, Palestine and Samoa CVF members to update NDCs as early as possible before 2020 Prepare mid-century, long-term low GHG development strategies as early as possible before 2020 Strive to meet 100% domestic renewable energy production as rapidly

The Marrakech Communique

THE MARRAKECH COMMUNIQUE The Marrakech Communique (Pdf, 0.1mb) Outcome document of the CVF High Level Meeting at UNFCCC COP22 on Friday 18 November 2016. We stand united We, Ministers and High Level representatives, members of the Climate Vulnerable Forum, representing a significant number of nations most vulnerable to the dangers of global climate change. We

The Low Carbon Monitor

The Low Carbon Monitor: Pursuing the 1.5C Limit Benefits & Opportunities The Low Carbon Monitor was jointly issued by the United Nations Development Programme and the Climate Vulnerable Forum at the UN Climate Change Conference at Marrakech (UNFCCC COP22). The report was independently developed together with climate science and policy institute, Climate Analytics and examines benefits

UN Report: 1.5 Degree Limit to Improve Growth, Jobs and Safety

UN Report: 1.5 Degree Limit to Improve Growth, Jobs and Safety Achieving Paris Agreement’s 1.5°C threshold to trigger growth, job creation, and contain risks; UNDP and the Climate Vulnerable Forum release joint report at COP22 in Marrakech PRESS RELEASE Download the press release (English, Pdf, 0.4mb) Download the Low Carbon Monitor Report – MedRes (English,

1.5°C Benefits & Opportunities: Energy Independence

1.5°C Benefits & Opportunities: Energy Independence The CVF The Low Carbon Monitor Report, was commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme and Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) and was developed by Climate Analytics. The report focuses on the benefits that holding warming to 1.5°C brings in terms of economic growth, employment, avoided climate impacts, energy security,

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