William F. Tyndall Named CEO of the Center for Clean Air Policy

William F. Tyndall, a longtime leader in the energy and environmental sector, has been named CEO of the Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP) effective February 16, CCAP announced today. MORE »

Leila Yim Surratt Named Chief Operating Officer of the Center for Clean Air Policy

Leila Surratt, a longtime leader at the Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP), has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer (COO), a new position, effective today. MORE »

Center for Clean Air Policy: Achieving Impacts for 30 Years

Since its inception three decades ago, CCAP has been guided by the belief that environmentally sound energy policy solutions can serve both economic and environmental interests. MORE »

Transforming the Energy Sector and Implementing NDCs

Tremendous advancements toward low-carbon energy are occurring in the power sector, including innovations in technology, policy and finance. This CCAP blog explores energy sector transformation as a key part of achieving the Paris commitments. MORE »

CCAP Spurs NAMAs as a Promising Solution to the Climate Change Challenge

Not long ago, Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) were little more than an obscure idea contained in a single sentence on an international climate change treaty document. MORE »

William F. Tyndall Named CEO of the Center for Clean Air Policy
Leila Yim Surratt Named Chief Operating Officer of the Center for Clean Air Policy
Center for Clean Air Policy: Achieving Impacts for 30 Years
Transforming the Energy Sector and Implementing NDCs
CCAP Spurs NAMAs as a Promising Solution to the Climate Change Challenge

CCAP's Helme to step down; Tyndall takes CEO post

CCAP's Helme to step down; Tyndall takes CEO post

After three decades of work on air and climate policy as president and founder of the Center for Clean Air Policy, Ned Helme today exclusively announced to E&E that he will step down as president of the organization effective Feb. 16.

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Working with Influential Partners to Create Lasting Change

Working with Influential Partners to Create Lasting Change

“CCAP is a great organization, that’s why we’re supporting it. CCAP, through the MAIN network, is providing a learning platform for exchanging experience, for learning best practices. Moreover, CCAP is helping developing countries to set up NAMAs, to develop institutions, and developing strategies on how to get the finance to do so.”

- Karsten Sach, Deputy Director-General, International and European Cooperation of Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (“BMUB”)

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Green Climate Fund Agreement Opens Door for Pledges

The new Green Climate Fund (GCF) design is both “economically and politically savvy,” ensuring that the international investments catalyze private sector investment and offer benefits that can enjoy sustained political support in developing countries when the initial aid is gone.

The recent agreement in Songdo, South Korea opens the door for developed nations, wealthy developing nations and other donors to make pledges to capitalize the GCF later this year.

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