Marc Dumas-Johansen is an agriculture and food security specialist with the Division of Mitigation and Adaptation at the Green Climate Fund (GCF), based in Incheon, Republic of Korea. Marc leads and coordinates the review of agriculture, food security and related natural resources projects from project ideas to full funding proposals presented to the GCF board for approval.
Prior to the GCF, Marc worked with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in several positions, based both at Headquarters in Rome working on forests, climate change and GEF project design and implementation as well as in the subregional office for southern Africa in Harare, Zimbabwe focusing on REDD+, and climate finance.
Marc started his career in Cambodia and Viet Nam working for a local NGO on agricultural development and resilient farming systems and later in Viet Nam working with the World Agroforestry Centre on climate resilient agroforestry systems in North western Vietnam.
Marc holds a Bachelor and Master degree in Horticultural sciences from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Marc is a Danish citizen with French and Vietnamese roots.