Climate and Clean Air Coalition to Reduce Short Lived Climate Pollutants (CCAC)
The Coalition's objectives are to address short-lived climate pollutants by: raising awareness of short-lived climate pollutant impacts and mitigation strategies; enhancing and developing new national and regional actions, including by identifying and overcoming barriers, enhancing capacity, and mobilizing support; promoting best practices and showcasing successful efforts; and improving scientific understanding of short-lived climate pollutant impacts and mitigation strategies.
Capacity Building, Climate/Environment, Finance / Investment, Heating, Lab or Field Testing, Standards
Technologies & Fuels
Clean Cooking Activities
Under the framework of the Initiative on Cleaner Cooking and Domestic Heating of the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC), financial support is provided to innovative clean cooking projects, the development of standards that include energy efficiency and emissions of Black Carbon and other short-lived climate pollutants is supported, and awareness raising materials are developed. 5% of the CCAC Trust Fund were allocated to this Initiative, by July 2014. The CCAC's Finance Initiative is identifying strategies for supporting financing flows toward projects that can significantly reduce black carbon emissions, with cooking and heating being an area of focus.
The CCAC is a donor partner of the Alliance.
Regions Operating In
Europe and Central Asia
Country Based In
15 rue de Milan
Paris Cedex 09, 75441
Primary Point of Contact
Name: Ms. Helena Molin Valdes
Title: Executive Director
Secondary Point of Contact
Name: Ms. Giulia Ferrini
Title: Climate and Clean Air Coalition Consultant
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