GEF Will Provide US$3 Billion Climate Change Financing
The Global Environment Facility (GEF) will support developing countries with over US$3 billion for financing actions to mitigate and adapt to climate change over the next four years.
The GEF commits US$100 Million for an innovative integrated program on Sustainable Cities. The program will provide a safe and supported space for cities to experiment, reflect, share, and establish a sensible and rigorous framework of analysis.
Equator Prize 2014 Honors Indigenous Peoples Efforts in Sustainable Development
Eleven prizes were awarded to GEF SGP projects and the Global Support Initiative to ICCAs was launched with the support of Germany
GEF Poised for Global Action on Forests
At the dawn of the UN Climate Summit in New York that anticipates high-level endorsements of the New York Declaration on Forests, the Global Environment Facility (GEF) is fully prepared to provide strengthened support for forests on a global scale.
Transport: Development Opportunity or Climate Threat?
Rapid motorization can boost transport development. It also can exacerbate air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, especially in developing countries. What could be the best solution?