ADDRESSING THE 1.5˚C CHALLENGE - JOIN US
The Coalition's Action Programme to Address the 1.5˚C Challenge helps countries enhance ambition and act now. This quarter, we will focus on the Asia Pacific region. Here's how you can join our efforts:
Upcoming Events: Ministerial discussion and workshop
This 24-25 July, the Coalition will bring together leaders from the ASEAN region - plus China, India, Japan and Korea - to discuss how addressing local priorities like air pollution can contribute to global climate action. Contact us for more details.
Expert review: Synergizing Environmental and Climate Actions Report
The report summary will be open for expert review from 10 to 31 July. We welcome all interested partners to participate, or nominate a colleague, to review the ~70 page summary report by submitting the nomination form by 10 July.
India becomes the 65th country to join the partnership, committing to international effort for clean air and a safe climate .
New international initiative stresses need for global action on air pollution and singles out short-lived climate pollutants as health impacts remain high.
Maldives’ first National Action Plan on Air Pollutants highlights local air pollution benefits of climate action
The plan includes 28 mitigation measures to reduce emissions of air pollutants, short-lived climate pollutants, and carbon dioxide.
The Federal Ministry of Environment's ambitious plan outlines 22 measures to improve air pollution and reduce the country’s contribution to climate change.
Countries of the Central American Integration System (SICA) have set out a road map to build an integrated plan for climate change and air quality in an integrated manner.
The UN Secretary General called on all countries to act decisively to improve air quality and fight climate change: tax pollution; end fossil fuel subsidies; and stop building new coal plants.
- High-Level Political Forum 2019
9-18 July | New York City, US
- Webinar: Partnering with oil & gas companies
10 July | Online
- ASEAN Senior Level Workshop on Clean Air, Health and Climate
24 - 25 July | Makati City, Philippines
- ASEAN Ministerial Discussion on Clean Air, Health and Climate
24 July | Makati City, Philippines
- African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN)
19-23 August | South Africa
- 11th CCAC High Level Assembly
22 September | New York City, US
he Maldives’ National Action Plan on Air Pollutants is an integrated appraoch to reducing both air pollution and cliamte forcers. The Maldives’ Ministry of Environment has developed, compiled and...
Entities that wish to commit to reduce methane from the oil and gas sector and join the Global Methane Alliance should complete and sign this form.
New York City is taking bold action through its OneNYC 2050 Plan to mitigate emissions from its staggering number of nearly 1 million buildings – with a focus on retrofitting existing...
The Federal Executive Council of Ministers approved in May 2019 Nigeria’s National Action Plan to reduce short-lived climate pollutants. This plan, developed by the the Federal Ministry of...
This is the first webinar of a series that highlights the latest efforts to reduce emissions from heavy-duty vehicles. This is a recording of the webinar held on June 4.
The government alone can’t ensure clean air
Citizen science investigation highlights indoor air quality dimension in air quality and climate efforts
Health and Environment Alliance
Workshop on Waste Management Financing opens in Accra
The World News
Climate Change and Human Health – The Win-Win of Tackling Air Pollution
Union of Concerned Scientists