Responsiveness towards climate mitigation and adaptation has been rightly gaining ground globally. We at VNV Advisory are on a mission to facilitate climate-resilient programs that empower vulnerable communities to adapt and transform to the changing climatic patterns. We have been working with various stakeholders to address the issue of responsibility towards natural capital and ecosystems. Acknowledging the role that the private sector can play in this domain, we have also been working with them on vital issues of social responsibility, environmental sustainability, and climate action.

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Responsiveness towards climate mitigation and adaptation has been rightly gaining ground globally. We at VNV Advisory are on a mission to facilitate climate resilient programs that empower vulnerable communities to adapt and transform to the changing climatic patterns. We have been working with various stakeholders to address the issue of responsibility towards natural capital and ecosystems. Acknowledging the role that the private sector can play in this domain, we have also been working with them on vital issues of social responsibility, environmental sustainability and climate action.

Tracing our journey

Launched in 2010, our community-led programs on climate change have covered over 6 million rural households and 1 million HA under land use and forestry across South Asia including India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Maldives, Philippines, and Bangladesh, contributing substantially to the global fight on climate change and providing a better way of life for climate-vulnerable communities. We have been able to engage with businesses to address social responsibility towards environmental sustainability along their supply chain, and more recently, to engage in climate action and adaptation projects.

Our Vision for 2030

Over the next decade, we are committed to developing inclusive ecosystems and leveraging climate finance to create more impactful programs, especially with the private sector. We are gearing up for a post-Paris agreement world where the private sector plays a significant role in helping us keep the 1.5-degree target within sight, as well as be able to help the most vulnerable and affected by Climate Change.

Our Collaborations

VNV Advisory has developed strategic alliances with over 60 implementing agencies globally to establish many of our programs. With the support of our alliances, we achieve our program goals and aid in empowering the vulnerable communities that we work within to become more climate-resilient. Collaborating with both the private sector and development organizations has helped us expand extensively, which in turn helps us take action and make an impact.

Our Services

We leverage our expertise in creating integrated finance models that facilitate and develop climate mitigation and adaptation projects. With our many projects in the climate mitigation space, our community-led initiatives address the impacts of climate change globally. Our established proficiency in sustainability accounting and reporting connects us to leading businesses and organizations whom we aid in addressing their triple bottom line.

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VNV’s Contribution to Reduced Emissions

In order to achieve VNV’s goals and align with our own vision, we will be taking maximum efforts to reduce our own emissions produced by travel and logistics by complying with the 4th Assessment Report of the IPCC (2007) including an RFI Index of 1.9 to account for our air travel emissions, a globally accepted index.
Based on the 4th Assessment Report of the IPCC released in 2007, the range of the Radiative Forcing Index (RFI) has relevance with the Emission Weighting Factor (EWF), similar to Global Warming Potential (GWP). RFI is a multiplier that takes account of the extra gases emitted into the atmosphere when you fly at an altitude (which are greater than burning fossil fuels at ground level). RFI came into existence since the CO2 emissions from aviation enhance global warming to a larger extent than the non-CO2 impacts in the long term. The RFI is calculated with a range of 1.9 – 4.7.