Chile is trying a promising approach to cutting air pollution


The core principle of NAMAs recognizes that different countries should adopt strategies to reduce pollution based on their own capabilities and needs. In his recent op ed in the Global Post, Ned Helme, president of CCAP, reveals the current NAMA-like policies moving forward in Chile. Through the Price Stabilization Fund (PSF), Chile is reducing air pollution and increasing public health by utilizing renewables instead of coal power plants for increased electricity needs. Read more.