RMI Green Climate Fund Handbook: Summary for National Stakeholders
SPREP Publications, Climate Change Resilience
The Green Climate Fund (GCF) was established in 2010 and is now the world’s largest fund dedicated to the fight against climate change. Finance from the GCF can be used to support the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) to achieve a paradigm shift to low-carbon pathways and climate-resilient development. The GCF aims to achieve this by investing in transformative projects and programmes on climate adaptation and mitigation that contribute to national climate change policies and priorities. The RMI GCF Handbook has been prepared to provide clear, simplified and practical guidance for stakeholders to understand the GCF’s requirements for accessing resources to develop and implement climate change projects.