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This document is a report from the Institutional Strengthening Workshop, organised by the Initiative “Supporting National Action and Planning (SNAP) on short-lived climate pollutants” of the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC).
This third workshop of the National Planning Initiative took place in Paris on 28-29 September 2017. The objective was to strengthen countries’ capacity to scale up national action on short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) through the sharing of expertise, experiences and ideas.
Thirty-five (35) representatives from 27 Developing Countries, together with about 40 experts from other countries, NGOs, Intergovernmental Organisations, involved in the Climate and Clean Air Coalition and its initiatives participated in the workshop.
This workshop was attended by CCAC developing country partners, especially those supported by the Initiative to develop a National Plan on short-lived climate pollutants. The purpose of the workshop was for participants to share experience and knowledge on the coordination and the scaling-up of activities to reduce short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) at the national level and to strengthen their knowledge on how to implement SLCP measures (incl. policy options and financing).
During the first day, countries receiving support presented their progress in developing plans, and initial findings from their SLCP inventories and scenarios and exchanged on their challenges and lessons learnt. The second day was focused on financing and the implementation of the SLCP measures.