The Climate Finance Group for Latin America and the Caribbean (GFLAC) is a regional initiative that brings together civil society organizations and academic institutions that work to promote transparency, accountability and the inclusion of human rights, gender equality, and sustainability criteria for the construction of a financial architecture that effectively addresses climate change in the region.

The GFLAC was born in 2008 in Mexico and was consolidated in 2012 at the regional level in the context of the COP18 in Doha, Qatar. The Group seeks through research, dissemination, and capacity building for individuals (youth), public and private institutions on climate finance. In February 2021, the GFLAC launched the "Sustainable Finance for Future" campaign with the objective of promoting transformations in public and private financial systems, to guide them towards a low-emission and climate-resilient development.