We want to encourage deeper thinking and are committed to helping you achieve long-term positive sustainable impacts. As well as developing projects, we regularly develop resources to help improve climate and development outcomes related to high quality project design and climate finance.
Delve into our ever-growing library of multimedia resources, based on deep experience of designing low-carbon, climate-resilient development projects, across the globe. We have developed a brand new collection of videos, webinars, events, articles and reports which we hope you will find useful.
Have you seen our brand new, bite-sized video resources? We share our insights and experiences of designing low-carbon, climate-resilient development projects, across the globe. We discuss the who, where, what, why and how behind successfully obtaining funding from major donors, including the Green Climate Fund (GCF), Adaptation Fund (AF) and Global Environment Facility (GEF).
Read about the latest issues relevant to our focus on low-carbon, climate-resilient development projects.
Have you read our quarterly GCF insight series? The Green Climate Fund (GCF) lies at the heart of efforts to raise USD 100 billion for climate change mitigation and adaptation activities in developing countries. There is significant demand to understand what’s working – and not working – in GCF project development. We regularly conduct studies and surveys that go deeper into sector wide themes, challenges and opportunities. Our ‘GCF insight’ series sheds critical light on experiences, challenges and trends in developing GCF projects, from the perspective of GCF stakeholders – including National Designated Authorities (NDAs), Accredited Entities, Implementing Entities, Project Developers and others.
Dr. Silvia Emili
GCF insight #14 - Project financing
Connecting with the global climate finance and development ecosystem provides invaluable opportunities to learn, collaborate and develop. Check here for international events we’ll be attending and hosting over the year.