The CCAC has published the first of three calls for proposals for 2022 to support implementation of the new 2030 Strategy. A total of $9 million of CCAC funding is available this year.
Funding for the first call aims at advancing national policy and planning to reduce short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) in 23 countries. The next two calls will support SLCP mitigation in the main emitting sectors, both through national government and industry actions.
Celebrating 10 years of the CCAC: Climate actions for agriculture
The Paris Agreement cannot be met without dramatic changes in the agricultural sector.
We look at the changing perceptions of climate action in the agriculture sector and some of the emissions reductions strategies that countries have implemented with the CCAC's support to create more sustainable, equitable, and profitable agricultural sectors.
Latest news: Our partners in action
The CCAC and its partners helped spur a multi-year effort to build Colombia’s capacity to rein in methane emissions, culminating in groundbreaking policy.
To fight the adverse impacts of climate change, Panama has set ambitious mitigation goals in its latest NDC, including an energy emission reduction target and actions in the agriculture and waste sectors.
Longstanding CCAC partner California looks to expand the use of satellite remote-sensing technology to observe and reduce methane emissions.
Work carried out under this project supports the emissions targets set in Cambodia's Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) and national Clean Air Plan.
- CCAC Call for Proposals: National Policy & Planning Support
Projects launched through this CFP will advance national SLCP action in 23 countries.
- Job opportunity: Manager, Agricultural methane, WRI
This position will lead WRI’s research efforts on agriculture methane reduction.
- CCAC governance: June 2022 Board meeting
The upcoming meeting will take place in Paris, France from 21-23 June.
External event: The Global Methane Pledge - from assessment to action: science, planning and implementation
The CCAC is co-hosting this UNFCCC Intersessional side event on 13 June.
External event: Accelerating HFC phase-down to achieve a 1.5°C pathway
The CCAC is co-hosting this UNFCCC Intersessional side event on 14 June.