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As a founding member of the Coalition, Bangladesh actively contributes to efforts to improve air quality and address near-term climate change through the reduction of short-lived climate pollutants. Coalition membership has enabled Bangladesh to both benefit from Coalition activities carried out in the country and share its experience in reducing SLCPs with the Coalition’s Partners. Bangladesh leads by examples as one of the few countries in the world to have a National Action Plan to reduce SLCPs.
Bangladesh is a Lead Partner in the Coalition's Agriculture initiative.
Brick production is one of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases (GHG) and short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) in Bangladesh. The informal brick sector is the main contributor of this...
There is an urgent need for national strategies and policy actions for cleaner and sustainable brick production in Bangladesh.
The overall objective of this initiative is to prepare...
An emissions model for HFCs in Bangladesh based on the information and materials generated in an earlier country review of HFC consumption supported by the CCAC.
Livestock manures, the undigested and excreted biomass of feeds and fodders fed to farm animals and poultry, from conventional management systems, are traditionally considered as waste. This waste...
This factsheet provides information on the National Planning Process on SLCPs in Bangladesh and how this process is helping to unlock action at scale.
Source: CCAC Annual Report 2015
This an Opportunity for Practice Change factsheet from Bangladesh on the Development of National Policy and Action Plan for Integrated Manure Management in Livestock Systems.