Climate Vulnerable Forum | Vulnerable Twenty Group

CVF | V20

Climate Vulnerable Forum | Vulnerable Twenty Group

The Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) is a global partnership of countries that are disproportionately affected by the consequences of climate change. The forum addresses the negative effects of climate change as a result of heightened socioeconomic and environmental vulnerabilities. The CVF was formed to increase the accountability of industrialized nations for the consequences of global climate change. It also aims to exert additional pressure for action to tackle the challenge, which includes the local action by countries considered susceptible. The governments which founded the CVF agree to national commitments to pursue low-carbon development and carbon neutrality. The Vulnerable Twenty (V20) Group of Ministers of Finance of the Climate Vulnerable Forum is a dedicated cooperation initiative of economies systemically vulnerable to climate change. The V20 works through dialogue and action to tackle global climate change. It now comprises more than 55 economies.
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