Financial Mechanism and Resources

GEF-financed projects related to sustainable consumption

GEF-8 projects

  • 2023 GEF-8 Circular Solutions to Plastic Pollution (food and beverage sector) (Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cook Islands, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, India, Jordan, Lao PDR, Morocco, Nigeria, Peru, Philippines, Senegal, South Africa) (GEFID: 11181) Agency: WWF-US, UNIDO, UNEP, UNDP. GEF Project Financing: $96,280,581. Co-financing: $595,778,545: 1,538,486 metric tons avoided residual plastic waste; supporting upstream activities around consumption and waste reduction

  • 2016 Global Sustainable Supply Chains for Marine Commodities Costa Rica, Ecuador, Indonesia, Philippines, Global United Nations Development Programme $5,500,000
  • 2017 Supply Change: Promoting Reduction of Deforestation Impacts of Commodity Supply Chains Global United Nations Environment Programme $1,000,000
  • 2017 Adaptive Management and Learning for the Commodities IAP Global United Nations Development Programme, World Wildlife Fund - US Chapter $3,978,441
  • 2017 Taking Deforestation Out of the Soy Supply Chain Brazil United Nations Development Programme $6,600,000
  • 2018 A GEF GOLD/ Supply Chain Approach to Eliminating Mercury in Guyana's ASGM Sector: El Dorado Gold Jewelry Made in Guyana Guyana Conservation International $2,652,294
  • GEF - 6 Comm-IAP: Taking Deforestation Out of Commodity Supply Chains (IAP-PROGRAM) Global United Nations Development Programme, The World Bank, World Wildlife Fund - US Chapter, Conservation International, Inter-American Development Bank, United Nations Environment Programme $37,196
  • 2021 Deforestation Free Commodity Supply Chains in the Peruvian Amazon Peru United Nations Development Programme, Food and Agriculture Organization, International Fund for Agricultural Development $13,561,467
  • 2022 Building climate resilience in supply chains for the mobilization of adaptation funding Regional Conservation International $917,431