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28.02.2019 - Green Climate Fund Board meeting sets stage for successful replenishment: allocates USD 440 million for climate action, strengthens governance, and selects new Executive Director
The 22nd meeting of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) Board ended today, with a raft of decisions to strengthen GCF for its first replenishment. Following the selection of Yannick Glemarec as its new Executive Director at the start of the meeting, the Board then approved nine new climate resilience and low emission projects totaling USD 440 million in GCF resources, and took steps to strengthen operations, reinforce standards and close policy gaps. The meeting also approved the selection of nine new project partners to become Accredited Entities to GCF.
 
28.02.2019 - Record Registrations Set to Usher in Era of Ambition at Africa Climate Week
Plans for the high-level segment at Africa Climate Week in Accra’s International Convention Center are now taking shape. On the morning of Wednesday, 20 March, the week will be formally opened by the President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo; Ghanaian actress and television personality, Joselyn Dumas; and COP24 President Michał Kurtyka.
 
18.02.2019 - The Katowice Climate Package: Making The Paris Agreement Work For All
When delegates adopted the 2015 Paris Agreement to widespread cheers and excitement, it was clear that further details needed to be negotiated on how the agreement would be implemented transparently and fairly for all.
 
14.02.2019 - UN announces roadmap to Climate Summit in 2019, a ‘critical year’ for climate action
2019 is a critical year, the “last chance” for the international community to take effective action on climate change, General Assembly President Maria Espinosa said on Thursday, during a briefing to announce the UN’s roadmap to the Climate Summit in September.
 
11.02.2019 - Applications for 2019 UN Global Climate Action Awards Now Open
Starting today, organizations, cities, industries, universities, governments, and others taking bold leadership on climate change can nominate their work for a UN Global Climate Action Award.
 
07.02.2019 - World’s First "Climate Positive" Feature Movie
Motion Blur Films has made a bold statement about its commitment to climate action by taking actions to avoid greenhouse gas emissions and then offsetting double the number of unavoidable emissions associated with the production of its latest movie, “Amundsen”. Motion Blur joined the UN’s Climate Neutral Now initiative, which means that “Amundsen” will not only be “climate neutral”, but “climate positive”. This outcome was achieved through one of the main sponsors of the movie, the Norwegian content and telecom company Get, who purchased UN-certified credits via the Norwegian company CHOOOSE.
 
06.02.2019 - WMO Confirms Past 4 Years Were Warmest on Record
In a clear sign of continuing long-term climate change associated with record atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 have been confirmed as the four warmest years on record.
 
04.02.2019 - 2019 Regional Climate Dialogues to Boost Climate Action
Following the successful conclusion of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP24) in Poland last December, which resulted in the adoption of the Paris Agreement Work Programme, the international community finally has operational guidelines to translate their climate pledges under the Paris Agreement into concrete action. This provides an important step for delivering action at the transformational scale necessary to limit the global average temperature rise to as close as possible to 1.5 degrees Celsius – the central goal of the Paris Agreement.
 
29.01.2019 - Elites' response to climate change must be fair, says EU official
The rise of the gilets jaunes protest movement requires governments to prove that ordinary people and corporate elites are “in this together” in shouldering the costs of fighting climate change, a senior EU figure has said.
 
28.01.2019 - Weatherwatch: walls cannot keep out climate change
History is littered with examples of rulers building walls to keep out undesirables, invaders and immigrants. The Great Wall of China and Hadrian’s Wall in Britain are among the best-known examples, and there is a 2,000-mile (3,200km) fence between India and Bangladesh.
 
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