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The climate vulnerability of a product refers to how prone a product is to be affected by climatic conditions. It is related to climate change and the resilience of a product; therefore, when a product is more vulnerable to climatic conditions its resilience is lower.
Increase vulnerability makes a product susceptible to greater or quicker damage cause by natural hazards that are increasing due to climate change.
On 2 December 2015, the Australian Government released a National Climate Resilience and Adaptation Strategy. This plan shows how choices being made today help limit future vulnerability to the impacts of climate change.
You can find more about it here.