CRVACharlotte Regional Visitors Authority (North Carolina)
CRVACaravan, RV (Recreational Vehicle) and Accommodation Industry of Australia
CRVACanadian Recreational Vehicle Association (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
CRVACouncil of Religious Volunteer Agencies (New York, NY)
CRVAComputer Recycling of Virginia (est. 2001)
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CRVA is measured through three components: 1) exposure of the municipality to climate-related hazards, 2) sensitivity of the crops to climate risks; and 3) capacity of the farmers to adapt with the changing climate conditions.
According to the Southern Luzon State University through its CRVA in Quezon, 'most municipalities have low to moderate exposure index to hazard; but considering that crops are highly sensitive to changes in temperature and extreme rainfall, then a minor change in weather and climate could have major implications on production.'