The Coalition is a highly cooperative group led by our State Partners. Our governance model distributes governing and advisory responsibility among several entities, reflecting the diversity of our partners and ensuring that we take informed actions and decisions.
These six groups help advance our mission and direct the Coalition’s activities.
Climate & Clean Air Ministerial
Ministers of state partners and the heads of non-state partners meet at least once per year to provide strategic direction and leadership to the Coalition.
Focal points appointed by each Coalition partner come together at least twice a year to oversee Coalition activities. Two co-chairs are nominated by the group to lead discussions.
Two Co-Chairs are elected by country partners for staggered two-year terms. The current Co-Chairs are Ms. Janine Kuriger (Switzerland) and Mr. Peter Dery (Ghana).
Over the next decade the world must make significant progress to slow the climate crisis, reduce air pollution, and address the poverty and inequality that threatens the most vulnerable. Humanity...
The Coalition's Framework document sets out its purpose, structure, functions, participation, and other organisational principles, including financial matters and decision-making process...
The Bonn Communique was adopted at the 9th CCAC High Level Assembly that took place on the margins of COP 23 in Bonn, Germany on 14 November 2017.
The Marrakech Communique was adopted at the 8th CCAC High Level Assembly that took place on the margins of COP 22 in Morocco on 14 November 2016.
In the Communique the Coalition commits to...
The Paris Communique was adopted at the CCAC High Level Assembly that took place on the margins of COP 21 in Paris, France.
Information document from the 3rd meeting of the High Level Assembly meeting in Oslo in 2013, prepared by the CCAC Secretariat.