A long, complex path, but one that seems to be headed towards the solid achievement of the predetermined goals. This, in summary, is the final message of the first global session on climate negotiations, promoted by the United Nations, which concluded in Bonn, the seat of the UNFCCC, on May 26 and which was the first official engagement following the ratification of the COP 21 agreement on climate change made in Paris. The international funding system has been set in motion to collect $100 billion per year, by 2020, aimed at supporting developing countries on the path towards sustainable progress and containing CO2 emissions. Two of the main channels have already been activated: the Green Climate Fund (GCF) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF). The leaders of the GCF have informed delegates that the aim has been established to provide approximately $2.5 billion by 2016, in support of projects to mitigate harmful emissions, urging countries to come forward with ambitious plans to be funded with these resources.