U.S. and China Joining the Paris Agreement Sends a Strong Signal to Developing Countries

The commitments of the U.S. and China—two economic and technological superpowers–send a strong signal to developed and developing countries that implementing the Paris Agreement is not only necessary, but achievable. MORE »

CCAP Participates in the Global Methane Forum and CCAC Working Group

CCAP was actively involved in the Global Methane Forum and  will host a Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) Municipal Solid Waste Initiative (MSWI) workshop March 31- April 1, in Washington, D.C. MORE »

Empowering Developing Countries to be Full Participants in the Agreement

Bill Tyndall will attend the Paris Agreement signing ceremony this Friday in New York City. This blog highlights how the coming years will be critical to helping developing countries achieve the capacity to be full participants in the Agreement. MORE »

The Global Agreement to Fight Climate change

Unbelievable, really. In Paris last December, 189 countries put commitments on the table to take action on climate. Then, last month on Earth Day, 175 of those countries came to New York to sign the Paris Agreement, including U.S., China and India. The Earth Day signing ceremony exceeded our expectations. MORE »

2016 Climate Finance Forum

CCAP held its 2016 Climate Finance Forum on the margins of the 44th Meeting of the Subsidiary Bodies to the UNFCCC, in Bonn, Germany. The goal of the Forum was to support developing country efforts to convert their NDCs into policies, measures, and investment strategies, by promoting the sustainability of global financial flows towards low-carbon investments. MORE »

U.S. and China Joining the Paris Agreement Sends a Strong Signal to Developing Countries
CCAP Participates in the Global Methane Forum and CCAC Working Group
Empowering Developing Countries to be Full Participants in the Agreement
The Global Agreement to Fight Climate change
2016 Climate Finance Forum

CCAP’s mission is to significantly advance cost-effective and pragmatic air quality and climate policy through analysis, dialogue and education to reach a broad range of policy-makers and stakeholders worldwide.

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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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