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    Activity | SNAP
    Cambodia | Ongoing
    Cambodia has taken action to tackle the challenges of climate change and air pollution simultaneously in view of their development imperatives. Prioritizing mitigation of emissions from sectors such...
    SNAP Workshop in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
    Activity | HFC
    Closed
    The Coalition's HFC initiative promotes HFC alternative technologies and standards to significantly reduce the projected growth in the use and emissions of high-global warming potential (GWP) HFCs in...
    Chile launches demonstration of alternative refrigeration technology
    Activity | Waste
    Philippines | Ongoing
    The Coalition's Municipal Solid Waste Initiative has provided support to the city of Cebu (Philippines) to develop robust waste management systems that achieve real and immediate short-lived climate...
    Cebu, Philippines
    Activity | SNAP
    Chad | Ongoing
    The Ministry of Environment, Water and Fishing of Chad is working with our Supporting National Planning (SNAP) Initiative to develop an integrated emission inventory of greenhouse gases, short-lived...
    Place de la nation lors du festival Dary édition 2018 by Yacoub. CC BY-SA 4.0
    Activity | HFC
    Chile | Closed
    As part of the Climate and Clean Air Coalition’s initiative on the promotion of hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) alternative technologies and standards, Coalition partners approved funding to develop an...
    Santiago, Chile
    Activity | Waste
    Brazil | Ongoing
    The city exchange programme between the City of Sao Paulo and the City of Copenhagen under the Coalition's Municipal Solid Waste Initiative was kicked off with an initial visit in October 2015.
    Activity | Bricks
    Uruguay | Ongoing
    Within the framework of the UN Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) Uruguay, the Coalition's Solution Centre funded the participation of experts in the first international event on Cleaner...
    Solution Center expert visit to brick production site in Florida, Uruguay Photo credit: Pablo Montes Goia

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