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Climate finance: How do we shift the trillions?

On Friday May 22, Climate Finance Day will be held in Paris. The trigger for the debate is “How to shift the trillions?” It is a question that recognizes that building a sustainable, low carbon future requires a change in all economic activities. It is not enough to simply have one dedicated and specialized fund […]

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Green Climate Fund: the glass is half full

With $7.5 billion now committed to the GCF, the Fund is halfway to the goal of $15 billion for its initial resource mobilisation. A final push this week can top it up. It’s been a remarkable few weeks for global climate diplomacy – if not quite yet for the global climate. Last Wednesday, much of […]

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A defining moment: time to pledge to the Green Climate Fund

By November of this year, developed countries are expected to commit substantial funds to the newly operational Green Climate Fund, which over the coming years is expected to play a central role in supporting actions in developing countries get on a low emissions development pathway and build resilience to climate impacts. Contributions to the Green […]

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WWF welcomes announcement of the Green Climate Fund HQ

Cape Town, South Africa – WWF welcomes the announcement today by the Green Climate Fund (GCF) board to locate its headquarters in Songdo, Incheon City, South Korea. The GCF was established in terms of the United National Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in order to assist the developing countries fund work to mitigate and adapt […]

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