Get to know the City Climate Finance Gap Fund
The City Climate Finance Gap Fund, launched in September 2020, aims to help cities in low and middle-income countries strategise, plan and prepare climate mitigation and adaptation projects in their urban environments.
To better raise awareness among potential beneficiaries, the City Climate Finance Gap Fund is organising a webinar series that target different regions, to be held between April 21st – April 27th.
The webinar will introduce the Gap Fund, and will be followed by a Q&A Session.
These webinars are intended as an opportunity for cities, local authorities and their partners eager to learn more about the Gap Fund and how it can be of help to your work. Come along and join the series to learn, discuss and understand what the Gap Fund does, how it works and how it can support your city.
Friday, April 23, 14:00 CET,
- Africa in English, Portuguese, French. Zoom registration
Monday, April 26, 9:00 CET
- Middle East and East, South and Southeast Asia in English. Zoom Registration
The City Climate Finance Gap Fund is financed by the German and Luxembourg governments and it is delivered by two implementing agencies, the World Bank and the European Investment Bank, the latter in partnership with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and supported by GCoM, C40, ICLEI and the CCFLA.
- The CoM Med new website is now live! April 21, 2021
- Get to know the City Climate Finance Gap Fund April 19, 2021
- Debate organized after the release of the 3rd Edition of the Global Synthesis Report on Local Climate Action by Climate Chance Observatory April 15, 2021
- Clima-Med action and its beneficiary cities showcased in the Climate Chance Observatory new report April 8, 2021
- Third Steering Committee Meeting reaffirming common engagement between EU and Local Authorities in the Mediterranean on the importance of climate actions and future April 1, 2021
- The European Commission published two Corrigenda and Answers to Clarifications on the Call for Proposals – Climate for Cities (C4C) in the Southern Neighbourhood March 19, 2021