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:
The CCAC health campaign "Breathe Life: Tackling short-lived climate pollutants to improve health and climate"
22 May 2015 Governments, International Organisations, and NGOs move to protect lives and the climate from dangerous air pollution
21 May 2015 New Report Outlines Strategies to Increase Funding for Black Carbon Reduction
20 May 2015 REPORT: Black Carbon Finance Study Group Report 2015
16 April 2015 CCAC to co-host Nairobi Event on Cities, Air Pollution, Health and Climate
01 April 2015 New Methodology to Quantify and Monitor Black Carbon Emissions
30 March 2015 CCAC Releases New Report on Manure Management and Climate
24 February 2015 The Climate and Clean Air Coalition Meets in Kathmandu to Tackle Air Pollution
24 February 2015 Media Release: Andes Regional Conference Examines Alternatives to Open Agricultural Burning
25 January 2015 Obama, Modi Agree to “Concrete Progress This Year” To Reduce HFCs Under Montreal Protocol