Last year we saw many important milestones put climate and clean air objectives at the top of the global agenda
Action Programme to Address the 1.5 C Challenge: We will assist and encourage countries that wish to increase their efforts to tackle climate change and air pollution in an integrated way through action to reduce short-lived climate pollutants. High-level political leadership: We will organize regional dialogues, hosted by champion countries and partners, to increase engagement and help raise the ambition to tackle both climate change and air pollution using proven methodologies and policy measures. Multiple benefits pathway framework: We will extend the techniques and processes pioneered by the Coalition to help countries develop effective short-lived climate pollutant mitigation strategies - identifying the quickest and most effective mitigation actions and finding ways to embed these across government programmes.
The 2017-2018 Climate and Clean Air Coalition Annual Report
Years of efforts are now delivering results in many countries. The annual report highlights country actions to reduce short-lived climate pollutants and the benefits of these actions over time.
Clean cooling technology in Jordan is a first for the Middle East
A Coalition funded demonstration project has introduced a new shopping experience to a supermarket in Jordan, pioneering a type of refrigerant new to the Middle Eastern food retail sector.
Cities at the Centre of India’s New National Clean Air Programme
Plan sets "tentative" national level target of 20 to 30% reduction of PM2.5 and PM10 concentrations by 2024 against 2017 levels.
Coalition study leads to clean air loans in Mongolia
A feasibility study conducted in cooperation with the Frankfurt School and XacBank has led to an $18 million loan program for energy-efficient households.
Oil and Gas Methane Partnership welcomes new partner and releases its third-year annual report
The recent OGMP report covering 2017 progress on surveys, project evaluations and project implementation is now available on the Coalition’s website.
The Kigali Amendment: The New Year’s Resolution We Must Not Break
With the Kigali Amendment, we have a real chance to take a big bite out of climate change. Participating countries now must adhere to their commitments.
Welcome to our newest partners:
This report identifies 25 clean air measures that can positively impact human health, crop yields, climate change and socio-economic development, as well as contribute to achieving the Sustainable...
Eighteen of the authors of the Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C (SR1.5) have produced the following Summary for Urban Policymakers to translate the report’s key scientific findings and...
This webinar examines the results of two recently completed field studies in Nepal and Rwanda examining how higher performing stoves and fuels can potentially reduce the climate impacts from black...
This publication showcases 50 innovative case studies from cities in the People’s Republic of China that are mitigating against and adapting to climate change.
Solutions being implemented...
News from the web
- The 21st-century great food transformation - The Lancet
- Glaciers Are Retreating. Millions Rely on Their Water. - New York Times
- Last four years have been the warmest on record – and CO2 continues to rise - Climate Change Service
- As Lahore chokes on winter smog, Pakistan moves to cut air pollution - Thomson Reuters Foundation
- BreatheLife welcomes Barranquilla, Colombia - BreatheLife2030.org
- Toxic Smoke Is Africa’s Quiet Killer. An Entrepreneur Says His Fix Can Make a Fortune - New York Times