CCAC Knowledge Management Consultant by CCAC Secretariat - 7 December, 2023 Share SHARE Facebook share Twitter LinkedIn Copy URL Email Print Breadcrumb Home News and Announcements CCAC Knowledge Management Consultant The CCAC Knowledge Management Consultant will in a first instance oversee the design and development of a knowledge platform for air quality management guidance to be launched on the 5th International Day of Clean Air for blue skies in September 2024. The UNEP-convened Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) is a partnership of governments, intergovernmental organizations, and representatives of the private sector, the environmental community, and other members of civil society. The CCAC is the only international initiative working on integrated climate and clean air solutions to reduce the rate of near-term warming. It focuses on fast action to reduce emissions of short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) including methane, black carbon, HFCs and tropospheric ozone.The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) hosts the Secretariat at the Economy Division in Paris.Over the period 2024-2026, the CCAC Clean Air Flagship aims to drive the global clean air agenda – accelerating solutions and catalyzing funding to improve air quality through science, high-level advocacy, and targeted funding support to developing countries.The CCAC Knowledge Management Consultant will in a first instance oversee the design and development of a knowledge platform for air quality management guidance to be launched on the 5th International Day of Clean Air for blue skies in September 2024. While there are substantial resources online, air quality management practitioners report that finding relevant guidance is time consuming and difficult. The platform will respond to the need to centralise the delivery of air quality management guidance, providing user-friendly access to existing guidance, aggregated from multiple sources and organised by capacity level and aim. Once the knowledge platform is online, the Consultant will develop and outreach and engagement plan, then proactively engage with air quality management experts and practitioners to ensure that the platform is responsive to their needs, and with knowledge partners to ensure their buy in as appropriate. S/he will shift focus to organizing workshops targeting technical experts and/or government air quality managers – especially to ensure that the platform resources are used, and that complementary training is provided.Specific Objectives 1. Oversee the design and development of a knowledge platform2. Engage with air quality management experts and practitioners to ensure that a platform is responsive to their needs. For example, through the facilitation of focus groups and technical workshops3. Engage with key knowledge partners, including but not limited to other UN agencies and IGOs and NGOs, to ensure their buy in as appropriate.4. Ensure the platform and its resources are promoted to air quality management professionals5. Ensure that as new guidance is released it is reflected on the knowledge platform appropriately. 6. Other ad hoc activities as necessaryFor full details and to apply click here.