Attending: Green Climate Fund 22nd Meeting of the Board, February 2019
Over USD $1billion just invested in approved projects, a project pipeline of USD $17billion and a replenishment process launched, the success of this October’s Green Climate Fund (GCF) 21st Board meeting was clear. And yet, key challenges remain unconquered; will unresolved policy and project guidance issues, yet to be approved by the board, stall further progress? How will this impact involvement from the private sector?
Let’s connect in Songdo
The Green Climate Fund (GCF) 22nd Meeting of the Board (B.22) is fast approaching and we’ll be attending. Will you be there too? If so, let’s connect. Simply drop us a line at: email@example.com and we’ll make sure we come say hello.
Date: 26-28 February 2019
Location: Songdo, Korea
Or, see you on Twitter?
If you are unable to attend on this occasion, our consultants will be reporting live from the meeting on Twitter – @ecoltdnews and hosting our regular webinar breakdown – ‘Decoding the GCF B.22’ on Thursday 14th March. If you have any things you’d like us to keep an eye out for, do let us know.
Following on from the B21
And if you would like to familiarise yourself with the conclusions from the last meeting, you can catch the replay below, ‘Decoding the GCF B.21 & Private Sector forum. November 2018.’
Hear a breakdown from the GCF 21st Meeting of the Board (B.21) in Bahrain.
Gain insights from the world’s largest private sector finance conference – the inaugural GCF Private Investment for Climate conference in South Korea.
Discover the findings from the 10th edition of E Co.’s GCF insight, exploring to what extent stakeholder engagement can be improved in project development to support country ownership.
Hear from Ayaan Adam, GCF Director of the Private Facility, and Neha Rai, Senior researcher from the International Institute for Environment and Development.