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Tunga Rai Oct 20
I am so fortunate to be a member of this family ,
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Norbert Gorißen Oct 20
good News! decided to launch the first replenishment process of the @GCF_News. This is tailwind for a successful
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Patricia Espinosa C. Oct 17
The Green Climate Fund meeting in Bahrain must send a clear and unmistakable message of trust to developing countries that they can have confidence in the process going forward. Read my full address here >>
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Dr. Amal-Lee Amin Oct 20
concludes with launch of a replenishment process! Over $1bn projects approvals & 16 new accredited entities! A good outcome in the face of many challenges! @GCF_News
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Fazal Issa Abdul Oct 16
Current state of play of the Green Climate Fund () as the 21st Board Meeting starts today.
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Leonardo Martinez-Diaz Oct 20
Green Climate Fund meeting wrapped up today. Good progress on approving $1 billion+ in projects and launching replenishment and performance review. But several key decisions, including the voting procedure, still need to be addressed urgently. @GCF_News
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Erika Lennon Oct 20
Final day of with quite a few things left to decide including several proposals, accreditation, procedures related to decision-making, replenishment, other policies ... .
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Satu Santala Oct 20
today appointed as Trustee for @GCF_News. Important decision, and a good step forward.
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NEFCO Oct 20
has today been accredited as the first institution by
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Satu Santala Oct 20
today accredited new entities to collaborate with @GCF_News - look forward to interesting work in the future!
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Megan Darby Oct 22
Trump's man vetoed China's first funding bid to the
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GCF_Views Oct 20
The @GCF_News Board just decided to launch the first formal replenishment of the after draft decision was amended to give a better defined, stronger role to the Board at insistence of developing countries. Good decision and important signal!
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C21st-Nigeria Oct 17
participating in Civil society meeting ahead of the in Bahrain. A very rigorous meeting dissecting the policy documents and funding proposals to ensure they meet the low carbon development and paradigm shifting standards of the
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Tunga Rai Oct 19
Yes, is meant for materialising and paying historical climate debts. BUT, that doesn't not mean you may once again cost our live and environment in the name of . , ,
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Stian Reklev Oct 19
Some tension building at Green Climate Fund board meeting, when developed countries express scepticism about some proposed projects. Saudi board member says rich countries built their wealth on fossil fuels. “Now it is time to pay back!” he yells.
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Erika Lennon Oct 20
So happy and proud to work with such an amazing group of colleagues and advocates as part of the CSO group all year and here at .
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CCAP Nov 14
The @GCF_News approved 19 projects worth USD 1 billion at its latest Board meeting, and welcomed 16 new partners to design and implement projects! has been working with the Fund and its stakeholders to raise ambition since the Fund’s inception!
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Margaret-Ann Splawn Oct 31
With over $1billion invested in approved projects & a pipeline of $17billion, developments at are being monitored. The team have a super webinar prepared for tomorrow about and , sign up for this
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TRF Climate Oct 22
Green Climate Fund gets 'back on the rails' ahead of December's U.N. talks
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Lutz Weischer Oct 21
Indeed! The CSOs are the ones that will make sure the delivers on its promise. Let’s not forget rest of the CSO Active Observer Team - Thank you all for your amazing work!
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