Protecting forests, reducing emissions, and enhancing livelihoods across 1/3 of the world’s tropical forests.

GCF Task Force at Work

Manaus Action Plan Meetings

Manaus Action Plan Meetings

Plan promotes low emissions development, reduction of tropical deforestation, create forest-based economies, and protect rights of Indigenous Peoples On June 28, the GCF Task Force kicked off a series of regional meetings to develop the Manaus Action Plan, which is...

Nota Informativa – GCF Task Force Brasil

Nota Informativa – GCF Task Force Brasil

NOTA INFORMATIVA Os membros do Fórum de Secretários de Meio Ambiente da Amazônia Legal gostariam de compartilhar com os seus parceiros, a sua expectativa positiva pela nomeação do Sr. Joaquim Pereira Leite como Ministro de Estado do Meio Ambiente. Ao longo dos...

Advancing solutions for people and the planet in 38 states and provinces across 10 countries

Empowering Governors and civil servants

to lead on the forest and climate agenda in national, regional, and international forums.

Connecting members and partners

to support implementation, learning, and exchange.

Unlocking funding and finance

opportunities to implement jurisdictional strategies and investment plans.

Tracking impact and performance

toward climate commitment implementation across our member states and provinces.

The parts of the Amazon that are not protected by law are protected by the attitudes, passion and initiatives of the local communities… In spite of our seasonal extremes, growing levels of deforestation and increasing wildfires, there is a commitment to mobilize and show the world infinitely greater results.”

—Governor Waldez Goés of Amapá, Brazil

Jurisdictional Strategies & Investment Plans

From 2017 to 2020, all 35 of our tropical forest member states and provinces developed and updated jurisdictional strategies and investment plans for REDD+ and low-emissions development with the support of the Government of Norway, UNDP, and implementing partners.

Annual Meeting

Bringing together high-level government officials, network partners, private sector companies, civil society organizations, researchers, and Indigenous Peoples and local communities to connect and collaborate on joint initiatives to advance our common goals of protecting forests and reducing emissions.