This programme provides €4,849,361 in subsidies for projects which implement and upscale climate solutions in developing countries. The goal is to enable these countries to follow low-carbon development paths and to make their communities more resilient to the impact of climate change.
As a means of assisting developing countries’ action towards achieving their climate-related goals, the G-STIC Climate Action Programme contributes to the aims of international climate finance. The programme strengthens the implementation of developing countries’ climate policies, strategies, regulations, action plans and actions for both adaptation and mitigation to help achieve the Paris Agreement goals.
Projects must be aimed at supporting actions in developing countries which strive to develop or implement measures to adapt to the effects of climate change (adaptation) and/or limit climate change by addressing the causes (mitigation), in line with the OECD DAC Rio Markers for Climate Handbook.
Do you have a project aimed at supporting actions in developing countries which strive to develop or implement measures to adapt to the effects of climate change and/or limit climate change by addressing the causes? Submit your project at latest by 30 September 2021.