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CCAP Expanding Waste Program through Deepening Partnership with CCAC

Building on its experience developing Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions for the waste sector in Chile, Colombia and Peru, CCAP is deepening its partnership with the Climate and Clean Air Coalition’s (CCAC) Municipal Solid Waste Initiative (MSWI) and expanding the impact of its waste program to new countries and cities through several activities described below. Together... continue reading »

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Supporting a Peruvian Energy Transition through Distributed Generation

On February 23, 2017, CCAP and Peruvian non-profit Libélula co-organized a workshop on distributed generation in Peru, hosted by the Peruvian Ministry of Environment in the framework of the Support Project for Climate Change Management (Proyecto de Apoyo a la Gestión del Cambio Climático) that fosters INDC implementation in the country. Complementing ongoing work between... continue reading »

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Transforming the Energy Sector in the Philippines

The Philippines program, Enabling Distributed Solar Power in the Philippines, was preliminarily selected for funding by the NAMA Facility under its 4th call for proposals. The Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP) worked with the Philippines Department of Energy over the last 2 years to develop this €20 million program that will accelerate the uptake... continue reading »

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Transformation Ahead: Colombia TOD NAMA

Implementation is on track for the Colombia Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) NAMA, funded by the NAMA Facility, with financial support from the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Safety (BMUB) and the UK’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).The ultimate goal of the TOD NAMA is to transform Colombia’s urban... continue reading »

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The Green Climate Fund – Making the Case to Trump Voters

My in-laws live in a small town in Northeast Ohio that could serve as the set for a documentary on the decline of manufacturing in the U.S.  A major rail line runs through the town and along that track are a half dozen shuttered plants.  My wife, who grew up in that town, reported last summer after... continue reading »

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