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Africa: Climate Conversations - What's Next for the Green Climate Fund?
Tagged: Africa, Climate, Environment, Environment, External Relations, International Organisations
28 AUGUST 2012
This past week, the board of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) met for the first time. This was an important milestone around the goal of increasing financial support to help developing countries mitigate and adapt to climate change. Expectations are high for the Fund, officially established at the 2011 Durban climate talks. It's positioned to become the main global channel for climate finance, expected to reach $100 billion per year by 2020.
There was an atmosphere of excitement at last week's meetings in Geneva, which brought together a group of 24 countries and their alternates, charged with improving the mobilization of climate finance. The meeting itself focused largely on procedural actions, including the election of the two co-chairs.
As Zaheer Fakir of South Africa, co-chair of the board, said in a press statement, "Our task as the Board is to turn these agreements into implementable actions that can transform the livelihoods of people responding to the impacts of climate change."
Ewen McDonald of Australia, the other co-chair of the board, concurred, saying, "... the Fund will help developing countries take action on climate change and grow their economies in a sustainable way, which will benefit millions of people around the world."
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