The Micronesia Conservation Trust (MCT) is an entity based in the Federated States of Micronesia, operating in that country with a mission to promote biodiversity conservation and related sustainable development. In order to achieve its mission, it focuses on providing long‐term sustained funding through grant programmes, building the capacity of organisations of the Federated States of Micronesia to design and manage conservation and climate adaptation programmes, providing regional forums for collaborations among government, the private sector, the community and non‐profit organisations to collectively address the challenges of natural resource management and climate adaptation, and managing endowment funds and other piloting revolving funds for ecosystem services.
GCF signs partner agreements hours after Board approval
20 Mar 2021 / The Green Climate Fund (GCF) and its partners have signed implementation agreements for two new climate finance projects only hours after they were approved by the GCF Board.
The signing of the Funded Activity Agreements (FAAs) in the margins of last week’s B.28 Board meeting lays the detailed groundwork to roll out a multi-country, USD 1.6 billion finance facility to boost renewable energy as well as GCF’s first project in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM).
GCF signs agreement with Micronesia Conservation Trust to bolster Pacific resilience
12 Nov 2017 / The strengthening of a partnership with the GCF will help the residents of low lying islands take greater control of their destinies, the Executive Director of the Micronesia Conservation Trust (MCT), William Kostka, said today.
GCF Readiness Programme marks milestone, hitting USD 10m in funds disbursed to 59 countries
31 Aug 2017 / More than USD 10 million to date has been disbursed through GCF's Readiness Programme.