The City Climate Finance Gap Fund (the Gap Fund) supports cities in developing and emerging countries to realize their climate ambitions, providing early-stage technical assistance to turn low-carbon, climate-resilient ideas into strategies and finance-ready projects.
The Fund aims to support the development of a high-quality urban investment pipeline for later-stage technical assistance, and to share knowledge on project preparation with developers and financiers.
By bridging the urban financing gap, the Gap Fund enables cities to access the necessary support and resources for their sustainable urban projects. This session will equip city and local government officials, urban development practitioners, and relevant stakeholders with the knowledge and tools to effectively engage with the Gap Fund.
City or local government officials responsible for climate action planning and implementation, local resilience and disaster risk reduction and management, urban development and planning, national associations of municipalities, and urban resilience and development practitioners, NGOs, civil society organizations, and other third-party organizations working closely with cities or local governments to develop climate actions. Applicants from developing and emerging countries listed on the ODA-OECD DAC list are welcome to apply.
This webinar will have English-Russian and English-Ukrainian interpretation available. The webinar will be held over Zoom video conferencing. Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions about registering for the webinar.