Local actors ready to act: Six proposals to improve their access to the Green Climate Fund


Climate change is a global phenomenon, but its impact is felt locally. People, government institutions, women’s groups, grassroots organisations and small businesses operating at the local level not only directly experience the on-the- ground effects of climate change, they are also key contributors to context- specific, effective, and sustainable climate actions. It is therefore essential to ensure these actors play an active role in the development and implementation of climate initiatives and that they can directly access climate finance. The six proposals in this booklet provide concrete recommendations towards the Board of the Green Climate Fund (GCF), the Secretariat, and relevant decision-makers to enhance access of local actors to the GCF funds, and to ensure they are actively involved in GCF and country-level decision-making processes.
 
Published: June 2018
 
Organisations: This is a joint publication by Both ENDS (the Netherlands), Heinrich Böll Stiftung North America, Aksi! for gender, social and ecological justice (Indonesia) and Prakriti Resources Centre (Nepal) and made possible by the Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA) and Both ENDS’ funds from the Fair, Green and Global Alliance (FGG Alliance).
 
Region: Global

Download PDF


Related Post

Job vacancy: Advocacy & Collaborations Coordinator

The Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA) is currently looking to recruit a full-time coordinator to support the…

See more

Job vacancy: Linking & Learning Coordinator

The Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA) is currently looking to recruit a full-time Linking & Learning Coordinator.…

See more

Report | Critical approaches to gender in mountain ecosystems

Women play a key role in nature conservation, yet they often lack the inputs, technologies, training and extension services, and…

See more

Subscribe to our newsletter

Sign up and keep up to date with our network's collective fight for a gender and environmentally just world.