At a Glance
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Costa Rica’s NDC aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2021 with its total net emissions comparable to the emission level in 2005. The agriculture, forestry, and other land use sector (AFOLU) is highlighted in this context. The NDC also aims to advance ecosystem-based adaptation practices that include increasing forest coverage in the country from 54% to 60%. Government of Costa Rica (GoCR) recognizes agriculture as a key source of mitigation accounting for 37% of the total GHG emissions and emphasizes the importance of increasing resilience of agriculture sector (e.g. Café NAMA).
A key challenge is to attract capital into the AFOLU sector to implement national commitments and achieve the targets – a challenge which is exacerbated by the current fiscal deficit of the government.
Innovative mechanisms are therefore needed to attract alternate funding sources, including private sector capital. In this context, the GoCR intends to transform “Environmental Bank Foundation (FUNBAM)” into a specialized financing entity for sustainable development and requested support from GGGI aimed at designing, restructuring and scaling up the vehicle.
The project aims to strengthen FUNBAM as a specialized financing vehicle for sustainable development. The GoCR partnered with GGGI to design, restructure, and scale up an existing financing vehicle which is now called FUNBAM 2.0. In 2017-2018, the focuses are to provide technical assistance on investment plan development, projects origination and structuring, and fund mobilization.
- An investment plan for FUNBAM 2.0’s pipeline projects developed
- Project(s) identified and structured through fund mobilization
News • April 8, 2019
Cities are considered to a critical role to play in transitioning from resource inefficient patterns of growth and increasing access to services, and in so doing, supporting the transition to green growth. In 2018 , the Ministry of Infrastructure (MININFRA), the Rwanda Housing Authority (RHA), and the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) undertook citywide public […]
Knowledge and Capacity Development
|Start Date||Q1 2016|
|Actual Budget (USD)||704,109|
News • November 28, 2019
The National Medium-Term Development Planning (RPJMN) 2020 – 2024 Background Study for the Forestry Sector
The Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas) have recently finalized the national medium-term development planning (RPJMN) 2020 – 2024 background study for the forestry sector. The background study was commissioned by Bappenas with the support of the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) as part of its efforts to mainstream green growth and low carbon development […]
News • October 23, 2019
The Minister of Environment and Forestry Siti Nurbaya underlined that climate change mitigation efforts in Indonesia are carried out with a national resilience approach. This was stated at the Climate Festival at Manggala Wanabhakti on Wednesday, October 2. She also gave a reflection on climate actions for the past 5 years and related environmental issues […]