Energy transition and resilient cities
OUR ACTION TODAY
By 2030, 95% of urban growth will be in developing countries. FFEM’s approach is to address the issues of energy transition and cities together, to promote low-carbon development and to strengthen climate resilience. We target underfunded aspects of the energy transition, such as energy efficiency and nature based solutions.
Promoting low-carbon energy efficiency
Encouraging new technologies
Making cities more resilient
Human activities, especially in cities, impact biodiversity and ecosystems.To preserve them over the long term, FFEM’s projects target change in use and improvement in practices. That’s why our projects include the fight against climate change in a cross-cutting way. For example, the gathering of woodfuel is linked to the issue of deforestation, and the question of energy systems to that of sustainable consumption and production. In this way, we contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).