Felix Fallasch

Climate Policy Analyst

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Felix Fallasch leads the work of the international climate finance team at Climate Analytics and has been supporting the development of the organisation in different positions since its foundation. He is a climate policy analyst with over seven years of experience in international climate finance and the financial mechanism under the UN climate convention (UNFCCC). His expertise lies in analysing multilateral funding institutions, including modalities for access to international climate funds. He has been following the establishment of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) since 2010 and has a comprehensive knowledge of the Fund’s policies and procedures. Currently he supports the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Board member to the GCF as adviser. Felix has been active in the UNFCCC negotiations since 2009, supporting delegations from vulnerable countries with background research and analysis on all aspects of the international climate finance architecture.

Before joining Climate Analytics, he worked as an intern at the GIZ (German Agency for International Cooperation).

Felix holds a M.Sc. degree in Environmental Planning from the Berlin Institute of Technology with a specialisation in environmental economics and policy. His thesis focused on the institutional development and design of the Green Climate Fund. He has s a Bachelor degree in Public Policy from the University of Erfurt, specialising in institutional and public economics with a minor in law. As part of his undergraduate programme, he spent a semester at Yonsei University, South Korea, studying economics and management in emerging markets.

Blogs

From Paris to Songdo: How the Green Climate Fund’s new Strategic Vision supports the Paris Agreement, Bianka Kretschmer, Felix Fallasch, 7 April 2016
Green Climate Fund strengthens its accreditation framework, Bianka Kretschmer, Felix Fallasch,23 November 2015
Green Climate Fund at a Crossroads, Felix Fallasch, 10 August 2015

Publications