Green Climate Fund: who promised what?

US, UK, France, Germany joined by Mongolia, Monaco and Panama among others as fund tops $9 billion

Countries have pledged almost $10 billion dollars to tackling climate change.

The Green Climate Fund was topped up today at a meeting in Berlin.

Here’s what each country has promised so far. We’ve given the top line figure in dollars, with details of the original pledge in notes.


US
Pledge: $3 billion
Note: Not to exceed 30% of total pledged.

Japan
Pledge: $1.5 billion
Note: Subject to National Diet approval

UK
Pledge: $1.126 billion

France
Pledge: $1.035 billion
Note: €225 million as loans, €55 million as capital cushion

Germany
Pledge: $940 million
Note: €750 million (original currency pledge) as grant

Sweden
Pledge: $580 million
Note: 4 billion krone (original currency) as grant, subject to Parliamentary approval

Italy
Pledge: $313 million
Note: €250 million (original currency) as grants

Netherlands
Pledge: $134 million
Note: Grant over four years

Norway
Pledge: $130 million
Note: Grant; comes in addition to existing climate finance

South Korea
Pledge: $100 million
Note: Grant through to 2018

Switzerland
Pledge: $100 million
Note: In three installments 2015-17

Finland
Pledge: $100 million
Note: €80 million (original currency) grant, subject to Parliamentary approval

Denmark
Pledge: $71.6 million
Note: Grant

Spain
Pledge: $16.3 million
Note: €13 million cash grant, multiannual grant to follow

Mexico
Pledge: $10 million

Luxemboug
Pledge: $6.3 million
Note: €5 million (original currency)

Czech Republic
Pledge: $5.5 million

New Zealand
Pledge: $3 million

Panama
Pledge: $1 million

Monaco
Pledge: $312 thousand

Mongolia
Pledge: $50 thousand

Poland
Pledge: Will announce by the end of the year

Canada
Pledge: $265m

Total
$9.43 billion

Pic: E3G

Pic: E3G

With thanks to Oscar Reyes, associate fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies

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