#LearnSustainability: Green Climate Fund

Do you know what the Green Climate Fund is? We explain the concept and its meaning in this infographic

One of the main achievements of the Conference of the Parties in Durban (COP17, 2011) was the creation of the Green Climate Fund (GCF). Thanks to this agreement, developed countries agreed to provide an economic amount of at least 100,000 million dollars a year, starting in 2020, to help developing countries, especially island states, to combat the effects of climate change.

The GCF is composed mainly by public funds but also private and philanthropic resources, and its priorities are to facilitate access to energy with low emissions and to aid cities adapt to climate change.

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