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The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo) joined the Coalition in 2017 and has since taken part in activities to promote HFC alternative technology and standards, support national action planning on short-lived climate pollutants, and finance mitigation projects.
As a member of the Coalition’s SNAP Initiative, the Democratic Republic of Congo is taking ambitious action to tackle the challenges of climate change and air pollution simultaneously in view of the country’s development imperatives. The Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development is developing an integrated emission inventory of greenhouse gases, SLCPs and air pollutants. This work is paving the way for informed policy making and emission reduction strategies that will ultimately direct in-country benefits for health and development goals.
Visit the DR Congo's Ministère de l'Environnement et Développement Durable (Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development) website to learn about its mission and actions.