About

Formed in 2009 following COP-15 in Copenhagen, ICCI is a network of senior policy experts and researchers working with governments and organizations to create, shape and implement initiatives designed to preserve as much of the Earth’s cryosphere as possible. ICCI programs target the unique climate dynamics at work in the cryosphere, while at the same time lending increased urgency to global climate efforts aimed at CO2 and other greenhouse gases by communicating the unexpected rapidity and global implications of cryosphere warming.

CCAC activities

Activity | Household Energy
Ongoing
“Burn Right” is an awareness campaign launched in Sweden and Chile, along with a global online platform sponsored by the Coalition. It asks woodstove users to follow a few simple steps when burning...
Workstream | Agriculture
Ongoing
Farmers in many parts of the world set fire to cultivated fields to clear stubble, weeds and waste before sowing a new crop. While this practice may be fast and economical, it is highly unsustainable...
Open agricultural burning

Resources

Farmers and the agro-forestry sector in many parts of the world use fire for a variety of purposes -- on cultivated fields to clear stubble, weeds and waste before sowing a new crop; to “renew”...

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Vermont 05761
United States

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