UN declares healthy environment a human right
The United Nations General Assembly has passed a historic resolution declaring that everyone on the planet has a right to a healthy environment, including clean air, water, and a stable climate.
The resolution is part of a growing global movement to enshrine environmental protections into law, and could help accelerate action to cut SLCP emissions.
You're invited: Global Methane, Climate and Clean Air Forum
This 26-30 September, join us in Washington D.C. for the first forum jointly sponsored by the CCAC and the Global Methane Initiative (GMI). The forum serves as the CCAC Annual Meeting (previously the working group) and is open to policymakers, industry leaders, technical experts, and researchers.
Our partners in action
Update on climate and clean air action Guinea
CCAC Partner Guinea’s updated NDC outlines SLCP mitigation pathways through scaled up action in agriculture, household energy, waste, and transportation.
Luxembourg strengthens its climate and clean air ambitions since joining the CCAC
Since becoming a CCAC Partner in 2017 Luxembourg acted on its climate and clean air commitments, including through contributions to the Trust Fund and its National Air Pollution Control Program (NAPCP).
Morocco’s National Action Plan ushers in a new era for climate and clean air
The Plan will guide the country toward a future where citizens are safeguarded against the negative health and economic impacts of air pollution while contributing to international climate commitments.
Rice straw and renewable energy in Punjab, India
A CCAC-funded project in Punjab, India presents a crop residue value chain that would prevent open burning by enabling rice straw to be used in a sustainable and profitable way.
The CCAC welcomes Nepal, Palau, and Senegal as Partners!
Our ever-growing partnership reaffirms a continued global commitment to improving air quality and limiting near-term warming through SLCP reductions. Welcome!
Event: Africa Climate Week 2022 in Gabon
Held from 29 August to 2 September, Africa Climate Week will be a crucial step on the road to COP27.
Report: Study on the Impacts of HFC Consumption Trends in Article 5 Countries
To compliment the implementation of the Kigali Amendment, this study provides a profile of current and projected HFC consumption in developing countries and outlines near-term control and reduction opportunities.
Apply: The Global Research Alliance (GRA) CLIFF-GRAD Fellowship Programme - Deadline 1 September 2022
Accepting applications from PhD students from developing countries for short-term scientific training and research on measurement, modelling and mitigation of GHGs or carbon storage in agricultural systems.
Apply: Second funding window for UNCDF DRC Challenge Fund – Deadline 15 August 2022
Private sector stakeholders are invited to apply for grants to quantifiably reduce wood energy consumption in key areas of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Save the date: the Climate & Clean Air Ministerial 2022 will take place 15 November 2022 on the margins of COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh. Invitations will be sent out in September 2022.