Transitional Committee Submissions

The Transitional Committee was established at Cancun in December 2010 to design the new Green Climate Fund, as part of the effort to reform the financial mechanism of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change as part of the Cancun commitment by developed countries to mobilize up US$100 billion annually in support of climate change activities in developing countries. The Transitional Committee involves observers from academia, NGOs and the private sector and takes in to account submissions by observes. The following submissions were made through OIES:

Some further thoughts on the draft TC work plans

Submission of views regarding the questions for the first technical workshop of the Transitional Committee suggested by the co-facilitators of work stream I

Some lessons learned from the Adaptation Fund for the design of the Green Climate Fund – July 2011

The Role of Non-Governmental Actors

Dissecting the Green Climate Fund

Enhanced Direct Access

By: Benito Müller

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