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Contributing PartyRecipient PartyDescriptionRegionFundInstituteTypeActivityAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
AustriaGlobalThe TA Facility of the GGF supports the Fund in achieving its goal of enhancing energy efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions through support of the renewable energy sector. By combining investments with targeted technical assistance, the GGF strives to build up capacities within its partner institutions that ensure the long-term effectiveness of its investments. Activities include Capacity building and training, awareness raising and market enabling activities and validation and monitoring of energy savings and CO2 emission reductions.  GGFMitigationCapacity building0.500EUR20122010-2012
AustriaGlobalThe Global Climate Partnership Fund (GCPF) is an innovative public-private partnership dedicated to mitigating climate change through a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in emerging and developing markets. It focuses on financing energy efficiency and renewable energy projects primarily in cooperation with local financial institutions, thereby creating a positive impact on the local environment and economy.  GCPFMitigationCapacity building0.500EUR20122010-2012
AustriaGlobalThe purpose of IFC Sustainable Business advisory services is to contribute to the creation of inclusive, environmentally and socially sustainable, and efficient markets. SBA works at the firm level to pilot business models which address barriers to low carbon investment and enable scale; Building on these firm-level engagements, IFC seeks replication and market transformation by engaging: i) at the sector level to address barriers to scale-up of low carbon technologies and approaches; and ii) at the market level to create the enabling environment that supports the private sector to adopt low carbon investment.  International Finance Corporation (IFC)MitigationCapacity building1.000EUR20122011-2013
AustriaGlobalThe Facility provides technical assistance for the development and deployment of clean energy projects that are appropriate to generate certificates under the "Clean Development Mechanism" of the Kyoto Protocol. This includes areas such as capacity development for project developers and sponsors, project identification and screening, support for project preparation, documentation and management of certificates, implementation and verification as well as certification of emission reduction.  Asian Development Bank (ADB)Adaptation, Mitigation 1.500EUR2012Until 2012
AustriaGlobalThe TA focuses on capacity building of local experts , businesses and banks in the area of energy efficiency and energy savings to improve the quality of sustainable energy investments ( energy saved and greenhouse gas emissions avoided). Training and awareness raising is also an important part of this program.  World BankAdaptation 1.900EUR2012 
AustriaGlobalThe Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP)  World BankAdaptation 1.900EUR2011 
AustriaGlobalThe program will promote small hydro power plants (SHPP) project in the Western Balkan region. The Project will focus on the following key objectives: 1. Improve existing regulatory framework to enable SHPP sponsors to develop and construct feasible SHPP. 2. Work with SHPP sponsors to improve their SHPP designs and business plans. 3. Work with selected financial institutions in the Western Balkan countries to improve their internal capacities and knowledge on SHPP and project financing  GEFMitigation 14.000EUR20122010-2014
AustriaGlobalGlobal Environment Facility (GEF), 5th Replenishment period  GEFMitigation 14.000EUR20112010-2014
CanadaGlobalThe UNFCCC Supplementary Fund provides developing countries with technical activities that help them implement their goals and commitments under the UNFCCC, such as having high quality national inventories, deploying clean technology, or developing national adaptation strategies. This contribution is part of a $1.65 million contribution over years 2 and 3. UNFCCC Supplementary Fund  Multi-sector0.650CAD2012FY 2011/2012
CanadaGlobalSupport to UNFCCC Activities UNFCCC Supplementary Fund  Multi-sector1.000CAD2012FY 2012/2013
CanadaGlobalSupport to UNFCCC Activities UNFCCC Trust Fund for Participation  Multi-sector1.000CAD2012FY 2010/2011
CanadaGlobalThe UNFCCC Trust Fund for Participation supports participation by developing country representatives in UNFCCC negotiations and related meetings and partnerships. UNFCCC Trust Fund for Participation  Multi-sector1.000CAD2011Fiscal year 2010/11
CanadaGlobalBuild capacity and demonstrate projects to effectively sequester/conserve carbon in forest and agro-ecosystems  World Bank: BioCarbon Fund  Forests and Agriculture4.500CAD2012FY 2010/2011
CanadaGlobalCanada's fast-start financing provided to the World Bank BioCarbonplus Fund supports capacity building and technical assistance to BioCarbonplus Fund projects on forests and agriculture. Specifically, BioCarbonplus activities build capacity to facilitate and develop projects that contribute to reduced greenhouse gas emissions, improved quality of life for local communities and strengthened poverty alleviation efforts.  World Bank: BioCarbon Fund  Multi-sector4.500CAD2011Fiscal year 2010/11
CanadaGlobalThe Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) is a World Bank-managed facility created in 2008 to assist developing countries in their efforts to Reduce greenhouse gas Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation plus improve conservation, sustainable management of forests and enhancement of forest carbon stocks (REDD+). In addition to financial assistance, the FCPF builds capacity to understand and address REDD+ issues, and engages in REDD+ readiness planning. To complement its investment in the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility Readiness Fund, Canada provided $5 million to the Carbon Fund to assist developing countries reduce greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation and forest degradation.  Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF)Mitigation 5.000CAD2012FY 2011/2012
CanadaGlobalCanada provided grant financing to the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to help remove barriers to private clean energy investment and build technical expertise. This fast-start financing contribution is additional to the $285.72 million provide to the IFC to support the IFC in the implementation of a broad portfolio of clean energy projects in developing countries.  IFC's Advisory ServicesMitigation 5.830CAD2011Fiscal year 2010/11
CanadaGlobalInternational Finance Corporation: Canada Climate Change Fund; Support for advisory services to address private clean energy investment barriers  International Finance Corporation: Canada Climate Change Fund Clean energy5.830CAD2012FY 2010/2011
CanadaGlobalIncremental portion of Canada's annual contribution to the GEF; $18.5 million in each of the three years of fast-start financing will be used for the incremental portion of annual payments for Canada’s contribution to the Fifth Replenishment of the GEF (2010/14), which is a total of $238 M, representing a more than 50% increase over the Fourth Replenishment.  GEF Multi-sector18.450CAD2012FY 2012/2013
CanadaGlobal$18.5 million in each of the three years of fast-start financing will be used for the incremental portion of annual payments for Canada’s contribution to the Fifth Replenishment of the GEF (2010/14), which is a total of $238 M, representing a more than 50% increase over the Fourth Replenishment. Under GEF5, in large developing countries, emphasis is placed on market demonstration and commercialization of innovative technologies, while in small low-income countries, GEF support focuses on deployment and diffusion of commercially available technologies through investment, capacity building and technical cooperation.  GEFMitigation 18.450CAD2011Fiscal year 2010/11
CanadaGlobalIncremental portion of Canada's annual contribution to the GEF; $18.5 million in each of the three years of fast-start financing will be used for the incremental portion of annual payments for Canada’s contribution to the Fifth Replenishment of the GEF (2010/14), which is a total of $238 M, representing a more than 50% increase over the Fourth Replenishment.  GEF Multi-sector18.450CAD2012FY 2010/2011
CanadaGlobal$18.5 million in each of the three years of fast-start financing will be used for the incremental portion of annual payments for Canada’s contribution to the Fifth Replenishment of the GEF (2010/14), which is a total of $238 M, representing a more than 50% increase over the Fourth Replenishment. Under GEF5, in large developing countries, emphasis is placed on market demonstration and commercialization of innovative technologies, while in small low-income countries, GEF support focuses on deployment and diffusion of commercially available technologies through investment, capacity building and technical cooperation.  GEFMitigation 18.450CAD2012FY 2011/2012
CanadaGlobalIFAD's Agriculture Smallholder Adaptation Program (ASAP) is a new multi-donor grant co-financing programme that will be used to invest in climate resilience for smallholders. This new program will invest in a range of climate smart agriculture practices and technologies to help smallholder farmers, especially women, adapt to climate change by improving land and water management practices. This program will also help to strengthen individual and community level capacity on adaptation and weather-related disaster risk reduction.  International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Adaptation 19.850CAD2012FY 2011/2012
CanadaGlobalAddress deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries Forest Carbon Partnership Facility - Readiness Fund  Forests and Agriculture40.000CAD2012FY 2010/2011
CanadaGlobalCanada's contribution to the Readiness Fund supports REDD+ country participants to build national capacity to address the problem of deforestation and forest degradation by providing technical and financial assistance to countries in the development of their Readiness Plan Idea Notes (R-PINs) and their subsequent Readiness Preparation Plans (R-PPs).   Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF)Mitigation 40.000CAD2011Fiscal year 2010/11
CanadaGlobalSupport the demonstration, deployment and transfer of low caron technologiesCaribbean, Latin AmericaClean Technology Fund (CTF)  Multi-sector100.000CAD2012FY 2012/2013
CanadaGlobalCanada's fast-start financing is providing support to the International Finance Corporation (IFC) for a broad portfolio of clean energy projects in developing countries. IFC uses this Fund for investments and advisory services to address private clean energy investment barriers, and serves a catalytic role to enable clean energy initiatives to move forward. In addition to this fast-start contribution, Canada provided $5.83 million to the IFC in year 1 to help remove barriers to private clean energy investment and build technical expertise in developing countries.   International Finance Corporation (IFC)Mitigation 285.720CAD2011Fiscal year 2010/11
FinlandGlobalThe aim of the study is to 1) create a set of criteria to be used for analyzing the impacts of CDM projects from gender perspective 2) study the social impacts that CDM project have on the local population from the gender perspective 3) identify project types that have the potential to create positive impacts among the local people, especially local women.  MFA Finland/GreenStream Network OyjMitigationCDM, Gender0.030EUR20122010
FinlandGlobalStudy on clean development mechanism and gender  MFA Finland/GreenStream Network OyjMitigationCDM, Gender0.030EUR20112010
FinlandGlobalAgriculture and land use are responsible of around 30 percent of the emissions and have a significant potential for mitigation. The goal of the project is to enable countries to better realize the opportunities of climate change mitigation in agriculture while improving food security and increasing resilience of farming systems at the same time. The project implementation can be divided into five modules: 1) Better knowledge support 2) Increased awareness, participation and partnerships; 3) Strengthened technical consultative processes; 4) developed communities of practices and 5) Development and advice on options. The duration of the project is five years (2010-2014) and the total budget is about 40 000 000 Euros. The Finnish commitment so far is 2,581 million euros.  FAOAdaptation, Mitigation 2.580EUR20122010-2014
FinlandGlobalMaking agriculture part of the solution to climate change - Building capacities for Agriculture Mitigation)  FAOAdaptation, Mitigation 2.580EUR20112010-2014
FinlandGlobalSupport for GGCA for Gender Mainstreaming in Global Climate  Global Gender and Climate Alliance (GGCA) Capacity building, Gender2.600EUR20112010-2011
FinlandGlobal The Global Gender and Climate Alliance brings together key UN actors in the field of international environmental and development policy to address the question of gender and climate change. Its main goal is a more widespread recognition of a gender perspective in decision making and policy planning related to climate change. Participation of women government delegates to UNFCCC negotiations is supported through the Women Delegates Fund. The project also helps countries to develop different national strategies (such as NAPAs) in a gender responsive manner.  Global Gender and Climate Alliance (GGCA) Capacity building, Gender2.600EUR20122010-2011
FinlandGlobalThe Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) assists developing countries in their efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation and land degradation (REDD). It has two objectives: to build capacity for REDD in developing countries, and to test a program of performance-based incentive payments in some pilot countries. Two separate mechanisms are set up to support FCPF objectives: Readiness Mechanism and Carbon Finance Mechanism. Together, these two mechanisms seek to develop a realistic and cost-effective large new instrument for tackling deforestation, to help safeguard the Earth's climate, reduce poverty, manage freshwater resources, and protect biodiversity. Finnish contribution is targeted to the Readiness Fund.    REDD+4.000EUR20122011
FinlandGlobalCalculated from the growth of the total contribution using the climate change focal area allocation percentage presented in the GEF's Annual Report 2008 (32 %). Finland's total contribution for GEF5 is around 84 % higher than for GEF4. Total contribution for GEF is 57,3 MEUR during the 5th Replenishment Period.  GEFMitigation 6.300EUR20122010-2014
FinlandGlobalGEF, 5th Replenishment period  GEFMitigation 11.600EUR20112010-2014
FranceGlobalClean Technology Fund Clean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 67.700EUR20112010-2012
GermanyGlobalTechnical assistance and capacity building for development or improvement of climate strategies in developing countries.  GIZAdaptation 0.200EUR201207/2010-12/2010
GermanyGlobalGoal of this project is to support the implementation of CDM-projects in Africa with baseline-secenarios that are based on the use of non-renewable biomass.  Perspectives GmbHMitigation 0.200EUR201211/2011-04/2013
GermanyGlobalThis project will provide public analytical support for the development and operation of an online registry for Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs). The project will accelerate the implementation of the registry and help reaching international agreement on its modalities. Within this project Ecofys would provide public analytical support based on the extensive experience with the development of NAMAs, designing a NAMA proposal template and methods to measure report and verify (MRV) the emissions reductions. The registry will record NAMAs seeking international support and facilitate the matching of support.  Ecofys Germany GmbHMitigation 0.300EUR201206/2011-12/2012
GermanyGlobalRaising awareness of climate change and developing capacity particularly among women on adaptation & low carbon development; raising awareness of gender aspects mainly among policy makers at national & international levels; contributing to integrating gender in climate change related policies & programs; facilitating global learning exchange.  GenderCC - Women for Climate JusticeAdaptation 0.500EUR201211/2010-09/2013
GermanyGlobalSupporting facility for the NGO monitoring of the Adaptation Fund under the Kyoto Protocol of the UNFCCC especially to check the implementation of "direct access" in developing countries.  Germanwatch e.VAdaptation 0.500EUR201209/2010-08/2013
GermanyGlobalThe objective of this project is to support climate change negotiators from developing countries through workshops to discuss and refine their regional policy positions.  UNEPMitigation 0.500EUR201210/2010-12/2010
GermanyGlobalThe proposed activity is intended to build capacity to measure GBEP sustainability indicators for bioenergy in Indonesia and Colombia to help governments to monitor the environmental, social and economic impacts of their bioenergy production and use and to develop sound policy for sustainable bioenergy development.  Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)Mitigation 0.600EUR201207/2011-04/2012
GermanyGlobalThe project objective is to provide scientific and strategic support on demand for the negotiating delegations from least developed countries (LDC) and small island developing states (SIDS) providing briefings, analyses and modelling tools. It builds on a successful first phase of the project.  Potsdam-Institut für Klimafolgenforschung (PIK e.V.)Adaptation 0.800EUR201208/2010-08/2011
GermanyGlobalThe project supports developing countries through specific handouts regarding existing instruments and technologies as well as climate related processes (e. g. MRV).  GIZMitigationTechnology1.500EUR201211/2010-09/2013
GermanyGlobalPlacement of technical experts for capacity building in climate-related areas  GIZAdaptation 1.600EUR201201/2011-12/2013
GermanyGlobalThe project allows decision-makers in developing countries to assess the greenhouse gas emissions from fluorinated gases and also to evaluate the reduction potential of alternative technologies, such as natural refrigerants. Building on this knowledge, decision-makers can then formulate sectoral policies or nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs). The project aims to develop a methodology for calculating and modelling emissions as well as a handbook for formulating NAMAs. The results could be used worldwide to develop sectoral NAMAs.  GIZMitigation 1.900EUR201211/2010-12/2012
GermanyGlobalThe project will establish a global network to track and analyze public and private REDD+ fund expenditures, with a special focus on specific use of funds in recipient countries. Local institutions from priority REDD+ regions will receive support and training to track REDD+ finance in the region, including sources of funds, activities, management, and disbursement time. The findings will be presented in an online data base and annual analytical report. The project issues will be aligned with the workplan of the REDD-Plus Partnership.  Forest Trends Association REDD+1.900EUR201211/2011-11/2015
GermanyGlobalThis project aims to stimulate the development of ambitious and well designed nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs) and contribute to the provision of fast-start finance for the quick implementation. It is critical that those involved in NAMA design and implementation learn quickly about the most successful efforts to design and implement climate change mitigation actions, to monitor outcomes and to deliver finance. Regional peer-to-peer learning dialogues among developing countries in Latin America and Asia will involve officials responsible for implementing climate change mitigation policies, NGOs, financers, industry, and policy experts, and expose officials from several key ministries in each country to the best practices in GHG mitigation. They will have the opportunity to work together to define actions for their countries and will receive peer review and training from other developing country colleagues. In-depth case studies of best practices and policy papers on key issues prepared by CCAP will be presented to fuel these discussions. CCAP will highlight opportunities for climate change mitigation policies developed by key country officials to support development goals such as poverty alleviation, energy security, and health protection through reductions in conventional pollutants. This project will likely lead to expanded support from other donors to spur implementation of ambitious actions in the target countries to provide follow-on technical assistance and capacity building financed from other sources. This will help to spur implementation of ambitious actions in the target countries.  CCAP - Centre for Clean Air PolicyMitigation 1.900EUR201201/2011-12/2013
GermanyGlobalStrengthening and sensitization of civil society for the process of national and/or regional adaptation policies.  German political foundationsAdaptation 1.900EUR201207/2010-12/2010
GermanyGlobalThe purpose of this project is to cofinance measures in the field of climate protection for preparing and supporting private investment on a public-private partnership basis (PPP). Companies will receive support, up to a maximum of € 200,000 per measure, for technology and know-how transfer and capacity development/qualification.  DEG Invest (Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH)Mitigation 2.000EUR201203/2010-12/2013
GermanyGlobalThe purpose of this project is to cofinance measures in the field of climate protection for preparing and supporting private investment on a public-private partnership basis (PPP). Companies will receive support, up to a maximum of € 200,000 per measure, for technology and know-how transfer and capacity development/qualification.  DEG Invest (Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH)Mitigation 2.000EUR201207/2011-12/2013
GermanyGlobalThe goal of the project is to enable both innovation and institutional preparation in regions of the world that are currently under-represented in the carbon market, most notably Least Developed Countries (LDCs), Land-locked Developing Countries (LLDCs), Small Island Developing States (SIDS), and poorer regions of developing countries. These two goals - innovation and institutional preparation - have the larger objective of improving access to carbon finance for emission reduction projects in the targeted regions by lowering entry barriers, and thereby achieve a multiplier effect, scaling-up, better involvement of the private sector and shaping of future climate policy frameworks. The high reputational standing and the considerable amount of local experience and expertise available within the Gold Standard provides an avenue to field-test these innovations and access to key institutions while at the same time making a case for the transfer of proven concepts to the compliance markets.  The Gold Standard FoundationMitigation 2.200EUR201201/2011-02/2014
GermanyGlobalThe programme provides advisory services to the further development and implementation of international and national biodiversity policies from a sustainable development perspective, and supports the integration of biodiversity-related objectives and activities into projects and programmes in partner countries. This includes approaches to the protection of ecosystems, to the sustainable use of biological diversity, and to issues of ecosystem-based adaptation and the mitigation potential of healthy and well-managed ecosystems. The project further develops capacity building tools, and supports partner countries and organisation in developing Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) regulations and approaches for the benefit of local communities and the conservation of biodiversity.  GIZAdaptationAll2.300EUR20122010-2012
GermanyGlobalA support programme will be established to assist national climate finance agencies to maximize the impact of climate finance activity in developing countries. A coordinated set of research activities will be aligned with joint project preparatory activities.  UNEPMitigation 2.400EUR201211/2010-12/2012
GermanyBangladesh, Dominican Republic, Global, Kenya, Maldives, Mexico, PeruThe project is intended to make a contribution in six countries (Bangladesh, Dominican Republic, Kenya, Maldives, Mexico and Peru) to improved control of international climate funding on a pilot basis. Climate funding control addresses the key (funding) institutions, principles, regulations and international conventions that exist for funding measures to combat climate change impacts. Guaranteeing the effective control of climate funding, calls for a sufficient degree of transparency, accountability and integrity at both international and local level. Through targeted capacity-building among all actors, it is intended to enable greater engagement, cooperation, commitment and contributions to the development, implementation and control of climate funding policy.  Transparency International REDD2.500EUR201203/2011-04/2013
GermanyGlobalStrengthening of local population by information on possible adaptation actions to climate change and inittial implementation.  Protestant and Catholique Association for Cooperation in DevelopmentAdaptation 2.700EUR201207/2010-06/2011
GermanyGlobalGoal of this project is to enhance visibility of climate projects in developing and transition countries.  DW TVMitigation 3.000EUR201206/2011-06/2013
GermanyGlobalThe project will promote Green Economy (GE) in developing countries and emerging economies as a realistic approach towards low-carbon development. It will be implemented in cooperation with UNEP (focus on macroeconomic policies) and close coordination with the BMU, with special regard of the particular environmental perspective on the next UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio 2012) and UNFCCC negotiation issues. The project includes elaboration of concept papers, establishing and testing of indicators and benchmarking methods (supporting MRV) as a part of demand-oriented advisory services in selected partner countries. It will provide concrete support to decision-makers to design suitable policies for a Green Economy transition, including fiscal and economic incentives that aim to contribute to the mitigation of and adaptation to climate change.  GIZMitigation 3.000EUR201209/2011-07/2014
GermanyGlobalIWP provides advisory services for the further development and application of international forestry policies from a development policy perspective, and supports the integration of forestry-related issues such as sustainable forest management, climate change mitigation and adaptation, REDD+ and capacity development into German development cooperation. It closely cooperates with projects and programmes in partner countries on the formulation of national policies, forest governance, climate protection, financing issues as well as forestry standards and sustainable use.  GIZ All, REDD+3.600EUR2013 
GermanyGlobalIWP provides advisory services for the further development and application of international forestry policies from a development policy perspective, and supports the integration of forestry-related issues such as sustainable forest management, climate change mitigation and adaptation, REDD+ and capacity development into German development cooperation. It closely cooperates with projects and programmes in partner countries on the formulation of national policies, forest governance, climate protection, financing issues as well as forestry standards and sustainable use.  GIZ All, REDD+3.600EUR2012 
GermanyGlobalThe project goal is to provide strategic, technical, policy and scientific support for Small Island Developing States (SIDS) and Least Developed Countries (LDCs) to assist them in achieving their objective of a legally binding, ambitious and comprehensive international climate regime. This climate regime shall include modalities for the design, financing and implementation of low carbon development and adaptation plans. This includes the set-up of the Green Climate Fund established in Cancun (SIDS and LDCs on the Board and Transitional Committee), further work on long term finance (especially from innovative sources), advancing work on loss and damage mechanism, the set-up of the Adaptation and Technology Committees, the review of the 1.5 C issue, as well as the review of mitigation commitments, pledges and actions noted in the Cancun Agreements.  Potsdam-Institut für Klimafolgenforschung (PIK e.V.)Adaptation 4.000EUR201209/2011-08/2014
GermanyGlobalDeveloping countries will be required to measure, report, and verify mitigation actions according to international guidelines, but few have the capacity to do so. The goal of this project is to build the capacity of a set of countries both to inform the design of those guidelines and to implement them at the national level. Our approach will be to define the features of a robust national MRV system; map current national and sectoral systems against those features; engage policy-makers ("top-down") as well as the private sector and civil society ("bottom-up") in national stakeholder groups to understand national needs and inform the design of national systems; and build capacity and support in key corporate sectors and civil society to adopt and implement national MRV systems. This "top-down - bottom-up" approach should not only assist in getting guidelines and standards in place, but also build support for the implementation of such guidelines.  WRIMitigation 4.000EUR201201/2011-12/2014
GermanyBrazil, Global, Philippines, South AfricaTo increase the resilience and adaptive capacity of vulnerable people to climate change, Conservation International will assess the vulnerability and the potential for ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) solutions in three very diverse settings in the Philippines, South Africa and Brazil. Conservation International will implement the elaborated pilot solutions and provide capacity building. The activities shall serve as a model for amplification of ecosystem-based adaptation in marine and terrestrial settings in other areas and countries. The project will work with regional and national authorities as well as international policy bodies to create conditions that allow nationwide and worldwide replication of the results.  Conservation International FoundationAdaptation 4.400EUR201205/2011-07/2015
GermanyGlobalThe overall objectives of the programme are to strengthen the capacity of developing countries (DCs) a) to monitor, report and verify greenhouse gas emissions; b) to identify opportunities for Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) in the context of national development; and to support the design of low carbon development strategies (LCDS) and c) to facilitate the uptake of mitigation actions by selected sectors, with the participation of the private sector, as appropriate, taking into account national priorities and circumstances and national economic plans. The programme methodology follows a country-driven, multi-stakeholder approach.  United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)Mitigation 5.000EUR20122010
GermanyGlobalPPCR is a program for climate change adaptation under the Strategic Climate Fund (SCF), which is one of two funds within the design of the Climate Investment Funds (CIFs).  World BankAdaptation 8.000EUR20122010
GermanyGlobalFCPF assists developing countries in their efforts to reduce REDD by providing value to standing forests.  World Bank REDD9.000EUR20122011
GermanyGlobalThe Global Climate Partnership Fund (GCPF) is an innovative funding instrument that should allow highly effective investments to be made in climaterelevant projects in selected countries. This involves providing local financial institutions with credit lines, with which they can in turn offer loans for investments in renewable energy, energy efficiency and the reduction of greenhouse gases. The focus is currently on Brazil, India, China, South Africa, Indonesia, Viet Nam, the Philippines, Chile, Mexico, Turkey, Tunisia, Morocco and Ukraine. Further countries can be included at a later date.  KfW (Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau)Mitigation 10.000EUR20122010
GermanyGlobalThe Adaptation Fund has been established by the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol of the UNFCCC to finance concrete adaptation projects and programmes in developing countries that are Parties to the Kyoto Protocol. Adaptation FundWorld BankAdaptation 10.000EUR20122010
GermanyGlobalThe objective of the programme is to strengthen the capacities of development countries to strengthen ecosystem resilience for promoting ecosystem based adaptation (EBA) options and to reduce the vulnerability of communities, with particular emphasis on mountain ecosystems. Specifially the project will support: (i) the development of methodologies and tools for mountain ecosystems; (ii) the application of the above tools and methodologies at the national level; (iii) the implementation of EBA pilots at the ecosystem level; and (iv) the formulation of national policies and building an economic case for EBA at the national level. The programme will create new opportunities for experimental learning between regions and among countries within the same region. Through parallel and cooperative development and application of methodologies and tools and the implementation of pilot projects, the project will shorten the learning curve of local and national institutions and fast track the transfer of knowledge and experience building ecosystem resilience.  UNEPAdaptation 10.000EUR20122010
GermanyGlobalThe Foundation aims to provide start-up funds for supplying certificates from programmes of activities (PoAs). The funds are intended to finance the development, implementation and start-up costs of clean development mechanism (CDM) and joint implementation (JI) PoAs as well as the development of a corresponding portfolio. Funds are provided by the International Climate Initiative (IKI) and private investors are also permitted and encouraged to make donations (e.g. businesses with EU ETS III obligations).  KfW (Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau)Mitigation 10.000EUR20122011
GermanyGlobalPPCR is a program for climate change adaptation under the Strategic Climate Fund (SCF), which is one of two funds within the design of the Climate Investment Funds (CIFs).  World BankAdaptation 12.000EUR20122011
GermanyGlobalSCCF is a specific fund to support activities and programs in the area of adaptation to climate change, technology transfer, energy, transport, industry and waste management, among others, in developing countries. SCCF - Special Climate Change FundGEFAdaptation 23.000EUR20122011
GermanyGlobalFCPF assists developing countries in their efforts to reduce REDD by providing value to standing forests.  World Bank REDD34.000EUR20122010
GermanyGlobalThe LDCF was established under the UNFCCC and aims to address the special needs of the LDCs, which are especially vulnerable to the adverse impacts of climate change. This includes preparing and implementing NAPA's. LDCF - Least Developed Countries FundGEFAdaptation 45.000EUR20122011
GermanyGlobalThe CTF is part of the Cllimate Investment Funds (CIFs) and finances scaled-up demonstration, deployment and transfer of low carbon technologies. Clean Technology Fund (CTF)World BankMitigationTechnology125.000EUR20122011
GermanyGlobalThe CTF is part of the Cllimate Investment Funds (CIFs) and finances scaled-up demonstration, deployment and transfer of low carbon technologies. Clean Technology Fund (CTF)World BankMitigationTechnology125.000EUR20122010
Germany2GlobalFast Start Climate Facility  GIZAdaptation 0.200EUR201107/2010-12/2010
Germany2GlobalGender in Adaptation and Low-Carbon Development. Raising Awareness, Building Capacity, Supporting National and International Policy Making.  GenderCC - Women for Climate JusticeAdaptation 0.500EUR201111/2010-10/2013
Germany2GlobalAdaptation Fund Network  Germanwatch e.VAdaptation 0.500EUR201109/2010-08/2013
Germany2GlobalAdvancing UNFCCC Negotiating Process through Preparatory Workshops for Negotiators from Developing Countries  UNEPMitigation 0.500EUR201110/2010-12/2010
Germany2GlobalPREVENT - Providing Support to Delegations from Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) for the Post-2012 Negotiations - Phase II  Potsdam-Institut für Klimafolgenforschung (PIK e.V.)Adaptation 0.800EUR201108/2010-08/2011
Germany2GlobalFacility for climate friendly transport technologies and actions  GIZMitigationTechnology1.500EUR201111/2010-08/2013
Germany2GlobalSectoral Study on Climate and Refrigeration Technology in Developing Countries and the Development of Methods and Instruments for Identifying Reduction Potential and Implementing NAMAs  GIZMitigation 1.900EUR201111/2010-12/2012
Germany2GlobalDialog Programme about Climate Protection  German political foundationsAdaptation 1.900EUR201107/2010-12/2010
Germany2GlobalPublic-private Partnership (PPP) Programme for Climate Protection  DEG Invest (Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH)Mitigation 2.000EUR201103/2010-12/2013
Germany2GlobalNational Climate Finance Institutions Support Programme  UNEPMitigation 2.400EUR201111/2010-12/2012
Germany2GlobalSpecial Climate Funds  Protestant and Catholique Association for Cooperation in DevelopmentAdaptation 2.700EUR201107/2010-06/2011
Germany2GlobalThematic Trust Fund for Support to Energy and Environment for Sustainable Development  United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)Mitigation 5.000EUR2011
Germany2GlobalPilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)  World BankAdaptation 8.000EUR2011
Germany2Global  Adaptation FundWorld BankAdaptation 10.000EUR2011
Germany2GlobalTrust Fund for Ecosystem Based Adaptation  UNEPAdaptation 10.000EUR2011
Germany2GlobalGlobal Climate Partnership Fund (GCPF) Global Climate Partnership Fund (GCPF)KfW (Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau)Mitigation 10.000EUR2011
Germany2GlobalForest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF)  World BankMitigationREDD34.000EUR2011
Germany2Global  Clean Technology Fund (CTF)World BankMitigationTechnology125.000EUR2011
LithuaniaGlobalThe Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP)  World BankAdaptation 0.020EUR2011 
LithuaniaGlobalThe program addresses the challenges posed by energy security, poverty reduction and climate change through its core functions as a think thank and knowledge clearing house, but also through operational leveraging. ESMAP assists low- and middle-income countries to promote environmentally sustainable enery solutions for poverty reduction and economic growth. ESMAP offers pre-investment activities such as analytical and advisory activities, studies, pilot projects, conferences, trainings and workshops, but not investments themselves. A priori the potential of investements are analysed, while ex post best practices are gathered, evaluations are undertaken and knowledge is transferred.  World BankAdaptation 0.020EUR20122010
LithuaniaGlobalThe program addresses the challenges posed by energy security, poverty reduction and climate change through its core functions as a think thank and knowledge clearing house, but also through operational leveraging. ESMAP assists low- and middle-income countries to promote environmentally sustainable enery solutions for poverty reduction and economic growth. ESMAP offers pre-investment activities such as analytical and advisory activities, studies, pilot projects, conferences, trainings and workshops, but not investments themselves. A priori the potential of investements are analysed, while ex post best practices are gathered, evaluations are undertaken and knowledge is transferred.  World BankAdaptation 0.025EUR20122011
NorwayGlobalNot geographically allocated   Adaptation, Mitigation 13.422USD20122011
NorwayGlobalNot geographically allocated   Adaptation 13.714USD20122011
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