from sectors including transport, planning, urban development, water, mineral resources, energy, agriculture, environment, forestry and academia. This cross-sectoral, multi-agency participation signifies PNG’s commitment to a whole-of-government approach as the country addresses the challenges and opportunities to finance climate change pr..
PHNOM PENH July 28, 2016 The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) and the Royal Government of Cambodia’s National Council for Sustainable Development (NCSD) renewed their partnership today by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for collaboration from 2016-2020.Today’s milestone also included the launch of GGGI’s Cambodia..
Bonn, 16 Nov 2017 The Green Climate Fund (GCF) is beginning its first readiness funding to Malaysia in partnership with the Carbon Trust. The project, which was announced at the UN climate change conference in Bonn, will see the Carbon Trust supporting Malaysia’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, a GCF Nationally Designate..
Bonn, 15 Nov 2017 The Green Climate Fund has transferred the first tranche of climate funds to improve ecosystems-based adaptation in the Gambia. The first tranche of USD 6 million marks the start of GCF’s disbursements in a joint project with UN Environment, a GCF Accredited Entity.The USD 20.5 million project is set to increase the cl..
Bonn, 15 Nov 2017 Uncertainty should not be a pretext for putting off preventative action, a leading UN figure in adaptation said during a seminar supported by GCF at the global climate change conference in Bonn. “Rather, the uncertainties of climate change should serve as an entry point for the use of risk sharing mechanisms and other simil..