The National Policy and Planning Hub supports countries in assessing their short-lived climate pollutant emissions and mitigation options in a prioritised, targeted and cost-effective manner.
Fast action to control short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) can deliver substantial climate and air quality benefits. Achieving the full benefit of SLCP reductions requires action at the national scale, where decisions regulating industry, the environment, and the economy are made.
The CCAC pursues an ambitious goal that by 2030 all State Partners have further integrated air quality and climate planning and have implemented SLCP mitigation actions.
By 2025, state partners will have undertaken steps to:
To achieve the above goals for all CCAC State Partners, the CCAC will encourage:
The National Planning Hub is co-led by Cote d’Ivoire and United States. Co-leadership by countries ensures government engagement and ownership of the solutions. Co-leads provide valuable insights into the policy process to help ensure implementation is practical from a national perspective.
The National Planning Leadership Group consists of both state and non-state members that provide guidance and expertise, and connect the Hub to activities underway beyond the CCAC.