The Green Climate Fund (GCF) was created to channel and mobilize climate finance, supporting action in developing countries to help them reach their climate ambitions.
Recent years and months have shown that climate change is already having a devastating impact with an increase in droughts, flooding, heatwaves and extreme weather events. GCFGreen Climate FundLennart BagePaul Oquist Read More
Finance for poor countries to help them reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and deal with climate change is lagging behind the promises of rich countries, an Oxfam report finds.
While taxpayer-funded finance has increased, and the private sector has stepped up with some initiatives, the amount raised could still fall short of the Developing nationsDevelopment AidGreen Climate FundParispledges Read More
UN Climate Change News, October 23 - Mongolia is opening new energy efficiency and renewable energy opportunities for its small companies at the same time as encouraging greater business participation by women, thanks to a UN-sponsored review of the country’s technology needs.
The results of this Technology Needs Assessment (TNA) led to the Green COP23DTUGreen Climate FundmongoliaTNAUNFCCC Read More
26th April 2016
Developing countries must raise more than $4tn (£2,456bn), or roughly the entire annual budget of the US, to implement their climate change pledges by 2030, according to new research.
But much more money will have to be be found by the world’s poorest countries to hold global temperatures enough Carbon Briefclimate changefinanceGreen Climate Fundparis agreement Read More