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News • April 29, 2019

Mainstreaming Gender Perspective in Climate Change Programs

Gender and climate change have been the main issues in development, but the mention of both issues at the same place and at the same time is still uncommon. While the Government of Indonesia has put efforts to address these issues, their integration has not been progressing well as the entities responsible for the issues […]

News • February 6, 2019

GoI Strengthens Climate Funding from International Donors

Natural disasters have recently intensified in Indonesia. One of the main causes is climate change that has continued to affect the country in the past few years. Acting on this issue, the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) facilitated the Fiscal Policy Agency (FPA) to hold a multi-stakeholder forum titled “Green Climate Fund Country Programme for […]

News • April 6, 2018

GGGI contributes to First-Ever Private Sector Climate Finance Tradeshow in Vanuatu

GGGI was the main sponsor among other regional and international development agencies to host and share climate finance experiences with private sector and industry representatives at the recent Climate Finance Tradeshow in Vanuatu. The two-day event (4th and 5th April 2018) was held at the Le Lagoon Warwick Hotel and was well attended by more […]

News • March 11, 2018

Rwanda receives $600,000 grant from Green Climate Fund to implement Green Development Projects in Secondary Cities

Read the press release by the Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA). The Government of Rwanda, through the Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA), has received a grant of $600,000 from the Green Climate Fund (GCF) to support implementation of key climate change frameworks including the country’s Green Growth and Climate Resilient Strategy. The “Readiness and preparatory […]