Liane Schalatek from Heinrich Boell Stiftung considers how the Green Climate Fund’s gender sensitive principles will be implemented in practice.
Sarah Opitz-Stapleton from the INTASAVE-CARIBSAVE Group highlights, from a gender perspective, the often-overlooked differences between cultural groups and calls for a more differentiated approach to adaptation.
Pheakkdey Nguon from Royal University of Phnom Penh and Delux Chhun from Forestry Administration, Cambodia reflect on how gender perspectives were included in the development of Cambodia’s National REDD+ Strategy.
Jeannette Gurung from WOCAN discusses the gender credentials of the Green Climate Fund and presents the W+ Standard, a funding accreditation scheme for women-focused mitigation and adaptation projects.
Bharadwaj Kummamuru from the World Bioenergy Association, and nrg4SD and The Climate Group give their reflections on the start of the second week of COP21.