FFEM’s intervention strategy is set for the period 2015-2018

Our strategic priorities

To finance operations that reconcile the protection of the global environment and economic growth in the countries where it operates, FFEM has historically focused its operations on the fields of climate, biodiversity, international waters, land degradation, chemical pollutants and the stratospheric ozone layer.

In 2019, a new strategic programming framework covering the period 2019-2022 prioritized the activities financed by FFEM on the basis of 5 thematic areas:
- Protection and enhancement of biodiversity
- Sustainable forests and agricultural lands
- Resilience of aquatic ecosystems
- Energy transition and resilient cities
- Product life cycle, pollution, and wastes

Furthermore, for any given theme, the FFEM pays special attention to the following tools or procedures for innovation:
- Digital technologies
- Nature-based solutions
- Frugal innovation
- The “One Health” approach

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Ville de Cali, Colombie
Landscape in Congo - PPI

PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENT OF BIODIVERSITY

FFEM’s action aims to: 

  • Make systems of ecologically efficient protected areas sustainable
  • Give structure to value chains derived from biodiversity 
  • Enhance the recognition of pilot territories with "hight biodiversity ambitions"
CIV-AGR-Nursery

SUSTAINABLE FORESTS AND AGRICULTURAL LANDS

The FFEM focuses on several issues: 

  • Concerted management of rural territories 
  • Envrionmental performance of agricultural and forest value chains 
  • Fight against deforestation
mangroves

RESILIENCE OF AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS

The FFEM finances operations that contribute to:

  • The preservation and governance of high seas 
  • The resilience of coastal areas and small island territories 
  • The resilience of wetlands and transborder basins 
MYC Project

ENERGY TRANSITION AND RESILIENT CITIES

The FFEM takes action to address the following challenges: 

  • Adaptation of cities to climate change and to natural risks
  • Low-carbon energy efficiency 
  • New technologies for energy system management
Cycle de vie des produits, pollutions, déchets

PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE, POLLUTION, AND WASTE

The FFEM supports actions that tackle the issues of:

  • Sutainable consumption and production
  • Chemical pollutants 
  • Hazardous and plastic wastes