The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI), is a national entity and a research institute that coordinates research, monitors and reports on the state of biodiversity in South Africa. SANBI also provides planning and policy advice and pilots management models. It has developed and implemented climate-resilient projects that deliver multiple and sustainable benefits to communities in an effort to respond to local adaptation needs and national climate change priorities. SANBI has achieved this by mobilizing financial resources from various sources, including multilateral financial institutions.
Adaptation Fund, Green Climate Fund Convene First Community of Practice Meeting of Direct Access Entities to Climate Finance
04 Jun 2019 / In an effort to accelerate and enhance Direct Access to climate finance for developing countries that are vulnerable to climate change, the Adaptation Fund (AF), Green Climate Fund (GCF), African Development Bank (AfDB) and South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) are joining forces to facilitate a meeting of more than 30 accredited implementing entities from both AF and GCF in Durban, South Africa June 5-7.
Words do make a difference, says South African climate finance partner
24 May 2017 / The language of climate action must resonate with local people, a South African Accredited Entity representative said on the side line of a GCF workshop.