by Niranjali Manel Amerasinghe and Joe Thwaites – October 12, 2018 Next week, the Board of the Green Climate Fund (GCF), the world’s largest international climate fund, will meet for the last time this year. The timing couldn’t be more dramatic. The meeting comes on the heels of a new IPCC report that makes clear that the stakes are higher than ever before; impacts…
The Green Climate Fund (GCF) is working with developing countries to drive urgent action in response to the latest IPCC report on the science of climate change.
COMMENTARY: Deploying Adaptation Finance for Maximum Impact -Moving Beyond the Adaptation v. Development False Dichotomy
The world will need an estimated $140 billion per year — or more — to help adapt to the damaging impacts of climate change. But funders have gotten caught up in drawing bright lines between adaptation
The Green Climate Fund (GCF) is a major source of finance for developing countries seeking to address climate change. The biggest of the climate funds, to date
In recent months, thousands of groups across the United States—including cities, states, companies, tribes and nongovernmental organizations—have launched initiatives in support of the Paris Agreement.