NAMIBIA needs about N$430 billion to implement a range of climate change activities in the next 11 years.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on National Adaptation Fund on Climate Change, 09/03/2018. The National Adaptation Fund on Climate Change is meant to meet cost of adaptation measures of States/ Union Territories. So far, 26 projects have been approved at a total cost of Rs. 648.90 crore out of which Rs. 315.30 crore has been released covering the sectors of water, agriculture and animal husbandry and forestry. The details of grant approved and released, during last two years and current financial years, to State/ Union Territories, including Madhya Pradesh are at Annexure-I.

The Green Climate Fund (GCF) has approved 84.5 million U.S. dollars to support two projects in Zambia in the energy and agriculture sectors, state media reported on Wednesday.

THE World Bank has collaborated with the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy to provide technical assistance and $4.5 billion in funding to help cities around the world better prepar

Paris — The World Bank disclosed yesterday that it is partnering with the Global Covenant of Mayors to lend $4.5 billion to ensure Nigeria and 149 other countries get the funds to implement initiat

The United Nations 23rd climate conference, COP23, ended off on a high note as the African Development Bank (AfDB) officially launched its Africa NDC Hub.

Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) has signed an Accreditation Master Agreement (AMA) with the Green Climate Fund (GCF) in Seoul, South Korea.

Sub-Saharan African countries have identified agriculture as a priority for adaptation, and engaging private actors in adaptation projects is widely recognized as essential.

Developing countries, tired of waiting for help from rich countries to arrive and already facing mounting climate crises, are starting their own funds to deal with an uncertain future.

European leaders have been urged to scale up their efforts to tackle climate change as it emerged the EU does not intend to make extra emissions’ cuts to fill the gap left by the withdrawal of the

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