Webinar: How states and regions can reduce dangerous air pollutants (findings from Europe)


The reporting of actions taken by cities, states and regions to reduce short-lived climate pollutant (SLCP) emissions directly supports the implementation of the Paris Agreement, Sustainable Development Goals, country action plans (including Nationally Determined Contributions – NDCs) and sectoral plans to effectively tackle climate change and air quality at local levels. 

CDP works with investors, companies, and governments to drive environmental disclosure and action that will deliver a sustainable economy, prevent dangerous climate change and protect natural resources. CDP specializes in the collection and analysis of sustainability data, collecting information from organizations on emissions, climate risk, mitigation and adaptation actions, water stewardship, deforestation and supply chains. With over 500 cities, 5800 companies, and over 100 states and regions reporting annually, CDP is the largest global platform for detailed sustainability data regarding non-party stakeholders. CDP is the official reporting platform for C40 Cities, supporting almost 90% of C40 cities in annual reporting. In addition, CDP also serves as an official reporting platform for the Compact of Mayors, the Compact of States and Regions and the City Energy Project. 

This webinar shares information from survey responses on SLCP mitigation from the European region, and is the first in series of webinars providing feedback from 5 regions around the world.


  • Angelica Salazar, Project Officer - States and Regions, CDP
  • Sandra Cavalieri, Coordinator - Health Initiative, CCAC