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Community Development Carbon Fund

The CDCF pioneers projects that benefit local communities and that generate emission reductions in some of the poorest areas of the world. The Fund is a public-private initiative designed in cooperation with the International Emissions Trading Association and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The first tranche of the CDCF became operational in March 2003 and is closed to further subscriptions. It is capitalized at $118 million with nine governments and fifteen private sector companies participating in it.

Download the CDCF Brochure

Featured Resources

>> CDCF Retrospective Report
>> Feature Story: Modern Brick Kilns Yield Development Benefits in Bangladesh
>> Feature Story: Micro-Hydros Earn First Carbon Revenue in Nepal
>> Feature Story: Carbon Credits Heat Moldova in Bitterly Cold Winters
>> Feature Story: Lighting Rural Bangladesh with Rooftop Solar & Carbon Credits
>> Feature Story: Raising Awareness of Energy Efficient Light Bulbs Pays Off in Rwanda
>> CDM Sustainable Development Co-Benefits Description Reports
>> CDCF Co-Benefits Assessment Report
>> Technical Note: Promoting Energy Access Projects Under the Clean Development Mechanism Standardized Baselines and Suppressed Demand
>> CDCF Toolkit and Other Resources - Making Carbon Finance Work for the Poor
>> Technical Note: Submission on Regional Distribution of CDM Project Activities
>> Technical Note: The Importance of Flexible Bundling Rules for Small Scale CDM Projects
>> CDCF Overview Document
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