Dysfunction paralyses Green Climate Fund

The governance problems at the United Nations’ Green Climate Fund hit a new low this week when a four day board meeting was almost entirely taken up with procedural wrangling and failed to reach agreement on most of the agenda.

  • By Jon Hay
  • 05 Jul 2018

The Fund, set up in 2010 after the Copenhagen Climate Summit to help developing countries fight climate change and its effects, has had a tough start to its life, with disagreements often making progress slow.

Despite its cumbersome governance model, the GCF is now a functioning organisation with ...

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