Workstream | Health
    Ongoing
    BreatheLife is a joint campaign led by the World Health Organization (WHO), United Nations Environment and the Climate & Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) to mobilize cities and individuals to protect...
    BreatheLife
    Workstream | Waste
    Ongoing
    Improper waste management is an environmental and social challenge that affects millions of people worldwide, and continues to grow in scale with rising urban populations and incomes. Taking action...
    Waste collection in Dandora, Kenya
    Workstream | Waste
    India | Ongoing
    The Coalition's Municipal Solid Waste Initiative and partners are providing support to the East Delhi Municipal Corporation to formulate a workplan for improving municipal waste management, while...
    Workstream | Waste
    Ongoing
    The Waste Initiative strives to effect meaningful improvement on a specific aspect of solid waste management – reduction of short-lived climate pollutant (SLCP) emissions, including methane and black...
    Workstream | Waste
    Ongoing
    All communities, from large megacities to smaller towns and villages, generate waste. In almost all cases, communities are the primary decision makers when it comes to local waste management. They...
    Workstream | Heavy-Duty Vehicles
    Ongoing
    Bus fleets provide widely affordable low carbon transportation around the world. But urban buses are powered predominantly by diesel engines, accounting for approximately 25% of the black carbon...
    Activity | Waste
    Ivory Coast | Ongoing
    The city of Abidjan generates around 1.2 to 1.7 million tonnes of waste a year. With the support of the Coalition's Municipal Solid Waste Initiative, the city aims to strengthen the capacity of its...
    Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire
    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

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