Blog posts tagged to "Green Climate Fund"
Published on Tuesday, 23 January 2018
A country’s success in attracting international climate finance depends on the enabling environment in place to facilitate projects.
Published on Friday, 22 December 2017
As development institutions are expected to deliver more climate finance, ADB will play a more significant role in helping its developing member countries fulfill their climate pledges.
Published on Thursday, 26 October 2017
A simple village-level energy project can improve the living standards and productivity of community members. Getting one off the ground is easier than you think.
Published on Tuesday, 17 October 2017
Vice-President Stephen Groff, in Fiji for a COP23 meeting, reveals that ADB will mobilize over $500 million in climate finance for the Pacific until 2021.
Published on Tuesday, 29 August 2017
What makes an investment a climate change adaptation rather than a development project is not always a straightforward question.
Published on Monday, 09 May 2016
The importance of women benefiting from climate change mitigation efforts in Southeast Asia becomes clearer by the day.
Published on Thursday, 04 December 2014
The recent formal pledging session for the Green Climate Fund (GCF)—more than $9 billion in just 5 months—is by far the most successful resource mobilization ever seen for a multilateral climate fund. The US has pledged $3 billion, followed by Japan ($1.5 billion), UK ($1.13 billion), and Germany and France (with $1 billion each). Four developing countries—Indonesia, Mexico, Mongolia, and Panama—have made pledges, breaking the traditional donor boundaries.