气候变化

绿色气候基金

The Green Climate Fund was established at the 16th Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in 2010. The fund will promote the paradigm shift towards low-emission and climate-resilient development pathways.  It will provide support to developing countries to limit or reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and to adapt to the impacts of climate change.

Countries may access funds in two ways: directly through accredited subnational, national or regional implementing entities, or via accredited international entities, such as UN agencies, and international financial institutions. The GCF Board has defined key investment priorities which target many challenges directly relevant to FAO’s mandate and work. This includes support for reducing emissions from deforestation and land use, and enhancing the resilience of people’s livelihoods and food security.

粮农组织获得绿色气候基金认证其可作为对中级水平环境与社会风险的中等规模项目(5000万至2.5亿美元)赠款的实施实体。粮农组织已准备好随时支持其成员国制定和实施由国家牵头的有关适应气候变化、气候智能型农业、防治土地和森林退化、可持续森林管理和减少灾害风险等各类项目以及其他粮农组织拥有丰富专门知识的领域。

 

FAO and GCF in numbers 

  • 17 000 vulnerable families to benefit from the FAO-designed PROEZA project in Paraguay, aimed at combating deforestation, hunger and poverty, and building the climate-resilience of local populations.
  • 291 800 vulnerable people to benefit from the IRES project – building climate resilience of rural communities in Cuba.
  • 430 000 people to benefit from increased forest coverage and rangeland productivity in Kyrgyzstan.
  • 1.1 million tonnes of CO2 to be reduced through Chile’s REDD+ Results Based Payment Funding Proposal.
  • 200 000 rural households in Nepal’s Churia hills region will build climate-resilient livelihoods through ecosystem restoration and sustainable land-use practices.
  • 1.3 million rural people to benefit directly from the FAO-led project in Pakistan’s Indus Basin – to improve water management and farming practices and increase climate resilience.
  • 17 000 hectares of degraded land to be restored in El Salvador's Dry Corridor.

  • 207 rural communities dependent on forests for fuelwood in Armenia's Lori and Syunik provinces will benefit from FAO-led project promoting the use of energy-efficient fuelwood stoves.

  • 7 550 smallholder farmers will benefit directly, and another 600 000 indirectly, from Côte d’Ivoire’s PROMIRE project for zero-deforestation cocoa.

  • 60 000 hectares of forest in Colombia’s Amazon region will be managed sustainably, with the active involvement of indigenous peoples, through proceeds from the REDD+ results-based payment pilot programme.
Full proposal projects Nov 2020 (click to enlarge)
Readiness projects Nov 2020 (click to enlarge)

Contact us

For more information about our GCF-funded projects contact: [email protected]