Climate Vulnerable Countries Call on all Nations to Submit Improved NDCs by Midnight on 31 December 2020 – a Survival Deadline for the Climate
7 October 2020, DHAKA/NEW YORK: The leaders from the world’s most climate vulnerable nations called on all countries to fulfil their commitments under the Paris Agreement, and submit improved Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) by midnight on 31 December 2020, a survival deadline for the climate.
The NDCs are […]
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Vulnerable countries to insure MSMEs amidst worsening climate disasters
MSMEs account for 29% of GDP and employ 78% of workforce in vulnerable economies
NEW YORK, 22 Sept 2019 – The Vulnerable Twenty (V20) group of economies today rolled out its Sustainable Insurance Facility (SIF) to protect […]
NEW YORK, 23 September 2019 – Reacting to the recently concluded United Nations Climate Action summit here, Renato Redentor Constantino, executive director of the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities, said:
“We applaud UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres for injecting far more urgency into climate action by putting on the spot countries with the means to act […]
United Nations, NEW YORK – 23 Sept 2019: Leaders of the Climate Vulnerable Forum today addressed the UN Climate Action Summit to credit progress achieved following announcements today by leaders and highlighting the urgency for more widespread action by 2020.
Hilda Heine, Hon. President of the Marshall Islands, which chairs the 48-member state* Climate […]