Political ambition and important climate commitments must be accompanied by measurable progress toward implementation. By tracking our progress toward reducing deforestation, advancing low-emissions economic development, and improving livelihoods, we measure the impact of our work across tropical forest states and provinces.
of funding disbursed since 2009
member states and provinces from 10 countries representing over one-third of the world's tropical forests
of the legal Brazilian Amazon
of the Peruvian Amazon
of Mexico's tropical forests
of Indonesia's forests
The GCF Task Force Knowledge Database tracks state and provincial-level progress on curbing deforestation as well as policies, frameworks, and initiatives that work toward this goal. The Knowledge Database provides a platform that displays members’ current status as well as longer-term trends on land use and deforestation. It also features laws and policies related to land governance and territorial rights and progress towards implementing key forest and climate commitments like the Guiding Principles for Collaboration and Partnership Between Subnational Governments, Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities.
Information housed on the Knowledge Database is provided by our member states and provinces and complemented by official subnational data.