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The purpose of the funds is to catalyze greater private investment in climate change mitigation and adaptation projects in Latin America and the Caribbean by providing concessional financings to projects that do not benefit from a sovereign guarantee, paying special attention, where possible, to the poorest and most vulnerable countries.

L’objectif des fonds est de mobiliser l’investissement privé dans les projets d’atténuation et d’adaptation au changement climatique en Amérique Latine et dans les Caraïbes ne bénéficiant pas de garanties souveraines, au travers de ressources concessionnelles, au bénéfice en particulier des pays les plus pauvres et vulnérables. 


The main areas of focus are renewable energy generation and storage, energy efficiency, sustainable transportation, greenhouse gas emission reduction and abatement projects, including forestry, agriculture and land-use changes, as well as other projects supporting the adaptation to climate change vulnerabilities. The funds have a cross-cutting focus on the empowerment of women and girls.

The funds are expected to leverage up to US$3 billion in investments resulting in up to 40 million tons of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions, over their 25-year tenor.
Les secteurs prioritaires des fonds sont les énergies renouvelables, le stockage d’énergie, l’efficacité énergétique, les transports écologiques, les projets agro-forestiers de réductions d’émissions de gaz a effet de serre, et les projets de résilience au changement climatiques.

Les fonds prévoient de mobiliser à hauteur de 3 milliards de dollars US d’investissement, avec pour résultat de réduire jusqu’à 40 millions de tonnes équivalent CO2 au long des 25 ans de vie des fonds.

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