Workstream | Agriculture
    Ongoing
    Enteric fermentation is a natural part of the digestive process in ruminant animals such as cattle, sheep, goats, and buffalo. Microbes in the digestive tract, or rumen, decompose and ferment food,...
    Ruminant production and enteric methane
    Workstream | Agriculture
    Ongoing
    Paddy rice is a staple crop for much of the world’s population. It is also a key source of the greenhouse gas methane, responsible for about 40 million tonnes, or 10% of global emissions , each year...
    Paddy rice production
    Activity | Waste
    Ethiopia | Ongoing
    The city of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia is receiving support from the Coalition to: Complete SLCP emissions baseline Improve organic waste diversion Improve waste collection efficiency Design, construction...
    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
    Activity | Waste
    Cambodia | Ongoing
    In 2014, Battambang (Cambodia) Municipality joined the Climate and Clean Air Coalition. It was the first city of Cambodia to do so.
    Activity | Waste
    Colombia | Ongoing
    The Coalition's Municipal Solid Waste Initiative has provided support to the city of Cali (Colombia) for an organic waste management project that can reduce short-lived climate pollutant and...
    Cali, Colombia
    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 | Waste
    Tanzania | Ongoing
    As an actor in the Coalition's Municipal Solid Waste initiative, the city of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania is committed to reducing short-lived climate pollutant emissions from the waste sector.
    Activity | Agriculture
    Bangladesh | Ongoing
    For rice growing countries such as Bangladesh, the methane produced by rice paddies is a significant portion of their total greenhouse gas emissions. Growing rice in flooded paddies produces methane...
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