GCF is a unique global platform to respond to climate change by investing in low-emission and climate-resilient development. GCF was established by 194 governments to limit or reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in developing countries, and to help vulnerable societies adapt to the unavoidable impacts of climate change. Given the urgency and seriousness of this challenge, GCF is mandated to make an ambitious contribution to the united global response to climate change.

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Latest updates

Press release

20 May 2021

Growing ambition: the role of the Green Climate Fund in scaling up finance for climate action

Press release

03 May 2021

GCF publishes the priorities of the Updated Strategic Plan of the GCF, updated independent TAP modality, and B.30 tentative timeline

Press release

30 Apr 2021

GCF hosts knowledge management spring meeting for IFIs

Recent activities

GCF kicks off Programming Dialogue with the Pacific

16 Jun 2021 / The Green Climate Fund's (GCF) Programming Dialogue with the Pacific region began with opening remarks by Saiyad Hussain, Acting CEO of Fiji Development Bank, who acknowledged the increase in GCF climate action investments in the region since the last dialogue in 2018. The week-long virtual dialogue will focus on moving the project pipeline of the Pacific forward while providing support for Direct Access Entities to strengthen the climate rationale of their projects. Over 120 people from the public sector, GCF National Designated Authorities (NDAs) and Accredited Entities (AEs), and civil society organisations are expected to participate in the regional dialogue.

GCF and the Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia celebrate signing an Accreditation Master Agreement

04 Feb 2021 / The Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia (TDB Mongolia) organised a virtual ceremony to mark its signing of an Accreditation Masters Agreement (AMA) with the Green Climate Fund (GCF). During the event, GCF’s Director of Division of Country Programming, Pa Ousman Jarju, and TDB’s Orkhon Onon welcomed the partnership and acknowledged the collaborative work that led to this milestone. The AMA marks an important step towards strengthening Mongolia’s capacity to implement transformational climate investments that support national climate ambitions. The agreement sets the course for future collaboration between GCF and TDB on transformative country-driven mitigation and adaptation projects.

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