Ecosystem-based Adaptation to increase climate resilience in the Central American Dry Corridor and the Arid Zones of the Dominican Republic
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06 Dec 2022 / The Green Climate Fund (GCF) has concluded the first consultation meeting (CM-1) for its replenishment that was conducted on 1-2 December 2022. Organised by the GCF Secretariat and chaired by the GCF Board Co-Chairs, the virtual meeting convened representatives of potential and existing contributor countries, Board members, the GCF Trustee, and observers (GCF active observers and secretariats of the UNFCCC, Adaptation Fund and GEF) to discuss details of GCF’s second replenishment.
25 Nov 2022 / The Green Climate Fund (GCF) appointed Henry Gonzalez to the position of Deputy Executive Director. Henry, who was recruited following a competitive selection process, was previously the Director of GCF’s Private Sector Facility. He brings over 25 years of professional experience with a strong background in social impact investment and proven management skills for large operations. As part of his responsibilities, he will serve as GCF’s Chief Investment Officer, responsible for GCF’s future programming pipeline.
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