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Joining in 2012, Germany is one of the earliest partners of the Climate and Clean Air Coalition. Upon joining the Coalition, Germany reinforced its commitment to support action to reduce short-lived climate pollutants, which it does through the Coalition's HFC, Efficient Cooling and Waste Initiatives as well as through other domestic and international activities.
Read below for highlights of Germany's work.
Germany is particularly committed to reducing the pollutants addressed by the CCAC (so-called SLCPs) in the following areas:
Germany has taken, inter alia, the following measures in these areas:
Germany supports the following multilateral activities:
Germany has taken, inter alia, the following measures:
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