• -Tout-
  • Sustainable agriculture and forests
  • Aquatic ecosystems
  • Waste handling
  • Forêts et terres agricoles durables
  • Pollution
  • Protection et valorisation de la biodiversité
  • Biodiversity
  • Land degradation and chemical pollutants
  • Climate change
  • International waters
  • Innovative financing of biodiversity
  • Coastal and high seas management
  • Sustainable urban territories
  • Energy transition

The Dynafac collective publishes brochures presenting its projects, and technical guides for sustainable forest management

The Dynafac collective runs projects supported by FFEM to improve forestry management and development in the Central African forests. It publishes a brochure setting out its programmes, along with technical guides on wildlife, growing tropical trees and sylviculture.
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Signature of the COMBO+ project to halt net loss of biodiversity in six African and Asian countries

Mozambique 2020 © Yann Macherez_1
As from 2021, the NGO WCS will be financed and supported by FFEM and AFD during the COMBO+ project. Following on from the COMBO project, which FFEM supported from 2015 to 2019, and its remarkable impacts, achieved in just 4 years, this second phase aims to consolidate the operability of Avoid - Reduce - Compensate and extend the approach to two Asian countries.
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The FFEM has published new information brochures on its themed action areas

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In 2020, the FFEM celebrated 25 years of action for the environment and development. Over this period it has supported more than 350 projects spread across five themed action areas. The FFEM has today published five brochures showcasing its various areas of intervention in each of these domains along with its current flagship projects.
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“The planet needs horizontal instruments like the FFEM”: interview with Monique Barbut

 Jean-Michel Krief
Now President of WWF France, Monique Barbut was already playing a key role during the Earth Summit negotiations in Rio back in 1992. The very first Secretary-General of the FFEM at its foundation, she has since led the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and other organisations. Here, she sets out her vision of current environmental challenges and the role the FFEM is able to play.
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