State partners

The Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) is led by our state and regional integration organisation partners.

Our state partners drive the CCAC's decision making and play a crucial role in ensuring the adoption and implementation of policies, regulations, and practices to reduce short-lived climate pollutants. 

We are already observing and feeling the impacts of climate change. It's happening in the form of severe cyclones, floods, droughts, and fires that will only become more extreme. Reducing short-lived climate pollutants with significant global warming reduction potentials is critical to slow down the climate crisis. The CCAC has solutions that countries can implement today and national targets to achieve our desired climate goals.

Sheikh Hasina
Prime Minister 


Becoming a CCAC state partner means committing to accelerate action to reduce short-lived climate pollutants, both at home and abroad.

State partners are involved across the CCAC's activities. They help drive the CCAC's decision making as active members of our governing bodies and several contribute to the CCAC Trust Fund to deliver our 2030 Strategy goals.

Developing-state partners are the main beneficiaries of the CCAC's funded projects, which aim to enhance climate and clean air action alongside their economic development. 

To slow down global warming, short-lived climate pollutants like methane need to be tackled fast. The CCAC is an important international forum for this. For that reason, we support the CCAC, in particular to implement the Global Methane Pledge.

Ursula von der Leyen
European Commission

Become a partner

CCAC partners benefit from opportunities to contribute to defining the common goals of the Coalition, apply for positions within the CCAC governance bodies, share knowledge and explore project opportunities. State partners eligible for official development assistance (ODA) can additionally access financial support for project implementation.  

How to become a partner

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