Since the Coalition’s launch in February 2012, the partners have been working to identify quick-start actions that will ensure rapid delivery of scaled-up climate and clean air benefits by reducing key short-lived climate pollutants, including methane, black carbon and hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).
The Coalition has also identified cross-cutting efforts to be undertaken in order to accelerate emissions reductions across all short-lived climate pollutants. To date these actions are:
Since its launch with six country partners and UNEP in 2012, the Climate and Clean Air Coalition to Reduce Short-Lived Climate Pollutants (CCAC) has grown rapidly to now encompass 46 state partners and 54 non-state partners by January 2015. In order to help formulating a common vision and strategy to scale up actions locally and globally the Coalition is undertaking a small-scale midterm review between January and April 2015. The results of the review will inform the development of the five-year strategic plan for the Coalition, 2016-2020.
Included in the methodology of this mid-term review is an online survey addressed to all Coalition Partners, CCAC actors, initiative implementers and other stakeholders outside the Coalition. The survey is open until 5 FEBRUARY 2015, and all answers are anonymous.
We welcome you to take the next few minutes to submit your answers by clicking on any of the links to the right. You may take the survey in either English or French.
Clean Air in Every Breath: The CCAC Health Campaign
25 January 2015 Obama, Modi Agree to “Concrete Progress This Year” To Reduce HFCs Under Montreal Protocol
Mexico launches new world-class heavy-duty vehicle emissions standards
12 November 2014 Kerosene Lamps Are an Important Target for Reducing Indoor Air Pollution and Climate Emissions
04 November 2014 Cleaner Bricks Production Gets a Boost in Latin America
30 October 2014 New Climate and Clean Air Coalition Agriculture Effort Tackles Climate Change, Supports Rice Production
24 October 2014 Benin Making Progress on Control of Black Carbon and Other Pollutants
23 September 2014 Coalition of 96 partners steps up ambition for climate action