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CCAC Moves to Protect Lives and the Climate from Dangerous Pollution

The CCAC High Level Assembly met in Geneva, Switzerland, on May 20th. The Assembly highlighted the close relationship between air pollution, the climate and health and approved the CCAC’s five year strategic plan for fast action to reduce short-lived climate pollutants.

New report outlines strategies to increase funding for black carbon reduction

The Black Carbon Finance Study Group, led by the World Bank Group and United Nations Environment Programme’s Finance Initiative with support from the CCAC, launched a report that reveals existing funds for black carbon mitigation actions and outlines key strategies and steps needed to scale up black carbon finance.

Links between air pollution, climate and health

A new global campaign "Breathe Life" to reduce short-lived climate pollutants that are a significant component of air pollution harming both health and climate.

Transforming brick production in Chile to bring environmental and health benefits

The CCAC's Latin American Policy and Advocacy Network for Clean Brick Production (PAN LAC) made a mark in Chile’s major brick production region, Maule.

New Methodology to Quantify and Monitor Black Carbon Emissions

A pioneering methodology, supported by the CCAC's initiative to Reduce SLCPs from Household Cooking and Domestic Heating, for quantifying and monitoring emissions of black carbon and other SLCPs will help drive finance into projects that provide an immediate and measurable impact on mitigating climate change at the local level.

CCAC on the Road to Paris

In the lead-up to the 21st Climate Conference of the Parties to UNFCCC (COP-21) in Paris (December 2015) countries are focusing on finalizing a new climate agreement through negotiations. The CCAC is working on a special engagement package for cities and is providing guidance to countries by identifying specific SLCP actions and measures that may be included in their intended Nationally Determined Contributions.

Our Initiatives


By Emilie Prattico, Manager, Partnership Development and Research, BSR

By Dr. Arnico Panday and Helena Molin Valdes

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May 14 - 15
May 18 - 26

68th World Health Assembly

Geneva, Switzerland

May 20
May 20 - 21

WBCSD Business Event

Paris, France



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