CEBRI invited to be a Regional Partner of the Climate Vulnerability Monitor

The Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI) has been invited to be a Regional Partner of the Climate Vulnerability Monitor (CVM), an independent publication on the effects of climate change on the world's populations. The CVM is an initiative by the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF), a global partnership between leaders from countries most vulnerable to climate change, seek to address the challenges of the crisis. Fifty-eight countries from Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia, and the Pacific are part of the Forum. In addition to CEBRI, the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) will join as a Regional Partner for Latin America.

The attributions of Regional Partners include: disseminating the results via communication channels; organizing regional workshops for dissemination; indicating expert reviewers as a technical contribution. Francisco Gaetani, Senior Fellow of the Environment and Climate Change Program, will represent CEBRI in this initiative with André Campos, a researcher from the University of Potsdam.

This year, in light of COP27, a new edition of the Climate Vulnerability Monitor (CVM3) will be launched and will provide an independent global analysis of the impact of climate change. This report stems from the Dhaka-Glasgow Declaration,
led by Bangladesh and signed by the Head of State of member countries belonging to the initiative. Read the report here. The results of the CVM will be released between November and December 2022. To read previous issues of the Climate
Vulnerability Monitor, click here and here.

In line with the objective of raising awareness about the climate emergency, the CVF held the event "Climate Vulnerability Monitor Third Edition (CVM3) 'A Planet on Fire' Presentation" this Thursday (11/10) as part of the COP27 agenda. Learn more about the event by clicking here. During the conference, the initiative promoted other discussions concerning climate change. For more information, click here.

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The Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI) has been invited to be a Regional Partner of the Climate Vulnerability Monitor (CVM), an independent publication on the effects of climate change on the world's populations. The CVM is an initiative by the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF), a global partnership between leaders from countries most vulnerable to climate change, seek to address the challenges of the crisis. Fifty-eight countries from Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia, and the Pacific are part of the Forum. In addition to CEBRI, the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) will join as a Regional Partner for Latin America.

The attributions of Regional Partners include: disseminating the results via communication channels; organizing regional workshops for dissemination; indicating expert reviewers as a technical contribution. Francisco Gaetani, Senior Fellow of the Environment and Climate Change Program, will represent CEBRI in this initiative with André Campos, a researcher from the University of Potsdam.

This year, in light of COP27, a new edition of the Climate Vulnerability Monitor (CVM3) will be launched and will provide an independent global analysis of the impact of climate change. This report stems from the Dhaka-Glasgow Declaration,
led by Bangladesh and signed by the Head of State of member countries belonging to the initiative. Read the report here. The results of the CVM will be released between November and December 2022. To read previous issues of the Climate
Vulnerability Monitor, click here and here.

In line with the objective of raising awareness about the climate emergency, the CVF held the event "Climate Vulnerability Monitor Third Edition (CVM3) 'A Planet on Fire' Presentation" this Thursday (11/10) as part of the COP27 agenda. Learn more about the event by clicking here. During the conference, the initiative promoted other discussions concerning climate change. For more information, click here.

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