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The City of Accra is an active member in the Coalition's Municipal Solid Waste Initiative city network, Soot-free Bus Fleets project and Urban Health Initiative.
As an actor in the Coalition, Accra is taking strong leadership on integrated action on climate and air pollution: it is the first pilot city of the Coalitoin's Urban Health Initiative, and the first African city to join the global BreatheLife campaign to raise awareness about the health and climate impacts from air pollution.
The CCAC MSW Knowledge Platform is a tool that has been established to promote, share and exchange information and provide outreach resources to support cities and governments to reduce short-...
Clean Household Energy Transition presentation by Dr. Alice Kaudia at the Africa Climate Week 2019, on 21 March 2019 in Accra, Ghana.
Green Energy Finance presentation by Francis V.M...
EPA Ghana developed this comprehensive Air Quality Management Plan (AQMP) for the GAMA and Greater Accra Region as the next step in addressing these problems. This plan complements the National...
Urban buses produce one-quarter of black carbon emissions from road transport, despite constituting only 1% of the global on-road vehicle fleet. Black carbon is a potent short-lived climate...
This powerpoint presentation presents an overview of the CCAC Urban Health Initiative which is underway in Accra, Ghana and Kathmandu, Nepal.