Climate Change Research ›› 2018, Vol. 14 ›› Issue (2): 201-209.doi: 10.12006/j.issn.1673-1719.2018.006
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Lan CHEN1(), Wen-Tao WANG2, Yi-Xin LI1, Liu-Cai ZHU1
Based on the seventh resources replenishment (GEF-7) negotiation process of Global Environment Facility (GEF) and current world economic and political situation, it is predicted that the programming envelope of the GEF-7 will be between US$ 4.1 billion and US$ 4.4 billion, with a decrease of 0?7.5% over GEF-6 programming level. Meanwhile, the GEF will further its reform in promoting global environmental benefits, lowering the resources available to the emerging developing countries, prioritizing the needs of the least developing countries, more actively engaging with private sectors and improving its operational efficiency and effectiveness. As the biggest recipient and donor developing country, China will remain its eligibility in GEF-7 while being deeply affected in terms of resources allocation, project programming and designing, as well as the scale of contributions. Even in the status quo replenishment scenario, China’s STAR allocation in GEF-7 is expected to be reduced to US$ 143 million ?159 million. At the current stage, China needs to closely follow and actively participate in the GEF-7 replenishment negotiations, take overall consideration and plan ahead so as to promote the GEF reform consisting with the interests of China and other developing countries.
Global Environment Facility (GEF),
Seventh resources replenishment,
Analysis and prediction
Lan CHEN, Wen-Tao WANG, Yi-Xin LI, Liu-Cai ZHU. Analysis and prediction of the seventh resources replenishment of the Global Environment Facility[J]. Climate Change Research, 2018, 14(2): 201-209.
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Table 1 Contributions to the GEF trust fund 
Table 2 Programming scenarios for GEF-7 
Table 3 Resources allocation for impact programs (GEF-7 status quo scenarios)
Table 4 Resources for each replenishment and climate change focal area
Table 5 Prediction of GEF-7 resources allocation in China