An Abdication of U.S. Leadership

The President of the US has decided to join Syria and Nicaragua as the only countries that are not part of the Paris Climate Agreement. CCAP will continue to act, both domestically and internationally, to support efforts by countries and private sector interests to define cost-effective policies and expand investments in the low carbon solutions needed to keep global temperatures in a safe range. MORE »

The Philippines Moves Forward on Rooftop Solar

The Philippines NAMA, Enabling Distributed Solar Power in the Philippines, was preliminarily selected for funding by the NAMA Facility. The project will accelerate the uptake of solar rooftop installations under the country’s net metering regulations and under self-supply options. MORE »

The Green Climate Fund – Making the Case to Trump Voters

In January, the U.S. delivered its second installment of $500 million to the GCF, adding to its pledge of $3 billion; however, the remaining payments are in peril. Making good on our financial promise can accelerate global climate efforts and advance U.S. security and economic interests. MORE »

Fifth MAIN Asia Regional Dialogue

CCAP and Vietnam's Ministry of Environment, with support from the Denmark, held the 5th MAIN Asia dialogue. The Dialogue brought together government officials, climate finance experts, and private sector representatives to accelerate the conversion of NDCs into low-carbon development projects and programs. MORE »

Building Climate and Clean Energy Solutions Post-Paris

While there are still strong challenges, the global investment trends and financial flows are ramping up. Clean energy investments continue to grow. In this blog, CCAP CEO Bill Tyndall reflects on the recent Green Climate Fund Board meeting in Songdo, and on how the GCF can support developing countries to implement effective low-carbon technologies. MORE »

An Abdication of U.S. Leadership
The Philippines Moves Forward on Rooftop Solar
The Green Climate Fund – Making the Case to Trump Voters
Fifth MAIN Asia Regional Dialogue
Building Climate and Clean Energy Solutions Post-Paris

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.

Our initiatives include:

  • Multi-stakeholder dialogues
  • Education and outreach
  • Qualitative and quantitative research
  • Technical analysis
  • Policy solutions and recommendations development

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Through a tax-deductible donation to CCAP, you will join the community of individuals and organizations who support out work. As a donor, you will help achieve our  mission of advancing cost-effective public policies that reduce air pollution that causes climate change.

“Now is the time to act ambitiously on climate change.  I dedicate my time to CCAP because of its focus on transformational clean energy: on-the-ground projects that  provide economic opportunities and healthier lives in communities around the globe.”

-Rob Brenner, Director of the Air Policy Office (Retired) Environmental Protection Agency and CCAP Board Member

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