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Peru joined the Coalition to share its experience in reducing shorted-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs), to participate in studies and analyses carried out within the framework of the coalition, and to engage in the organization and implementation of SLCP mitigation activities both domestically and abroad. Peru has expressed particular concern for air pollution levels in cities across the country and has published a number of emission standards in the transport, energy and industrial sectors.
Find out more information about Peru's actions on short-lived climate pollutants at: www.aireyclimaperu.com/
International experience shows that the incorporation of clean fuels has a positive effect that directly affects the emissions of PM, SO2 and other polluting gases, both in new vehicles, and...
A Spanish language brochure produced by Peru's Ministry of Environment that outlines the Climate and Clean Air Coalition's acitivities, and the benefits of reducing short-lived climate pollutants...
A Spanish language public awareness brochure that explains the impacts of air pollution on health and the environment, the sources and impacts of four short-lived cliamte pollutants (black carbon...
Agenda for the Regional Conference on SLCPs and Atmospheric Pollution: Progress on Policies and Strategies in Latin America
5-6 of may2016
SNAP Factsheet for Peru
A report on the 1st Regional Conference on SLCPs and Air Pollution, that took place in Lima, Peru, May 4-6 2016. The conference consisted of: i) A workshop on the Peru's SLCP strategy; ii) A...
Presentación utilizada en el webinar "Respira La Vida: Aire Limpio, Futuro saludable para las ciudades del Peru” para introducir el tema de contaminantes climáticos de vida corta y el...
La Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) y la Coalición de Clima y Aire Limpio (CCAC) se han asociado en una campaña global de sensibilización acerca de la contaminación del aire y la salud:...