We all share a single atmosphere. And we must take fast and effective action to protect it, both to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement.
To engage and support more countries in increasing their climate ambition, the Climate and Clean Air Coalition Secretariat and partners continue to meet with ministers and leaders under our Action Programme to Address the 1.5°C Challenge.
At the ‘Global Conference on Strengthening Synergies between the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development’ in Denmark, our partners Nigeria and Stockholm Environment Institute presented how they have applied the tools and scenarios from the Coalition’s Multiple Benefits Pathway Framework to support national action planning. UN Environment launched the ‘Cool Coalition’ campaign there to rally for increased energy efficiency in cooling.
France has led consultations with all partners to finalize our new CCAC Efficient Cooling initiative, which was approved in principle during the Nairobi Working Group in March.
Our partners are now gearing up for the UN Climate Action Summit. We are working with countries to increase ambition in their Nationally Determined Contributions with additional actions to reduce short-lived climate pollutants such as efficient cooling, oil and gas methane reductions, and climate-smart agriculture.
This work calls for strong, focused and cross-sector cooperation. If you would like to take part in any of these initiatives, please contact the Secretariat at email@example.com.
Although they may seem to be two very different issues, climate change and air pollution are closely linked, so by reducing air pollution we also protect the climate.
London and Santiago show how following a dual soot-free and zero-emission technology pathway delivers lower air pollution and energy consumption in the transportation fleet.
Since 2016, the Coalition has supported megacity São Paulo to develop a network of composting facilities. Find out about the city’s progress and ambitious future plans.
Even if climate emissions were halted today, Arctic warming would continue for at least two decades. Fast mitigation can still slow future warming, starting with immediate cuts to short-lived climate pollutants.
We’ve deﬁned black carbon, we’ve agreed on appropriate ways to measure it, and we’ve identiﬁed several good ways to control it. The last step is to act.
The Coalition is partnering with the World GBC on this campaign to increase awareness, develop understanding and kickstart actions from a global audience across the building and construction sector.
- 11th Arctic Council Ministerial
6-7 May - Rovaniemi, Finland
- 49th Session of the IPCC
8-12 May - Kyoto, Japan
- UNECE & CCAC Workshop on SLCPs
22-23 May - Geneva, Switzerland
- 72nd World Health Assembly
20-28 May – Geneva, Switzerland
- Pathways to Clean Cooking 2050: Leaving No-one Behind
30 - 31 May - Wexford, Ireland
- World Environment Day
SLCP Research Digest Jan-Feb 2019
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Modern Energy Cooking Services Technology Research for International Development
The MECS Challenge fund provides early-stage research funding to stimulate innovations in modern energy cooking technology and systems in low-income countries.
Deadline: 4 June
Danida Market Development Partnerships
DMDP promotes commercially oriented partnerships, which contribute to market development and promote economic growth and employment in developing countries. DMDP has a budget of DKK 100 million in 2019 for between 10-12 partnerships.
Deadline: 9 August, 2019
Medicor Foundation focuses mainly on development projects and thereby contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.
- Clean air for some: Unintended spillover effects of regional air pollution policies
- Five leaders “doing the right thing” on transport emissions
- India could meet air quality standards by cutting household fuel use
- Ladrilleras se la juegan por la reducción de emisiones
- Caem identificó medidas para que empresas reduzcan sus emisiones de carbono