GCF insight #16 – How are Green Climate Fund project pipelines developed and prioritised?

5 November 2020, Category: All insights, GCF insight, News

In this sixteenth edition of GCF insight, we explore the latest stakeholder approaches and experiences in developing and prioritising climate finance and GCF project pipelines. Learn more about the careful balancing act that stakeholders must undertake in order to meet country priorities, beneficiary needs and climate fund investment requirements.


As always, we will be sharing this report with the Green Climate Fund Secretariat and the wider climate and development community. Please feel free to share this report with any colleagues who may find this of relevance.

We’d also like to invite you to register for our upcoming quarterly webinar: ‘Decoding GCF B.27 + GPIC 2020 with GCF insight #16’  where we’ll be discussing the latest developments in the Green Climate Fund. We’ll also be discussing the findings from our 16th GCF insight report and hearing more from stakeholders on the ground. Register for one of two our sessions on Tuesday, 24 November 2020.

This research is being conducted by E Co., a specialist consulting firm, as part of our learning resources from our training division, E Co. institute. E Co. is conducting this research independently, and is not affiliated with the Green Climate Fund, the GCF Secretariat or other donors. E Co. is not approaching survey participants for sales purposes, nor will participants’ names be added to other email lists. Find out more about the reports here: www.ecoltdgroup.com/GCFinsight

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*We are grateful to the respondents of this study for their contributions and insights. This study is an initiative of E Co., emerging from work we are doing to develop low-carbon, climate resilient projects. E Co.’s team of consultants designed and administered the survey and prepared this report. E Co. has conducted this research independently and is not affiliated with the GCF, the GCF Secretariat or donors.

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