Climate and Clean Air Coalition

Founding Year: 2012

Staff: 16

Budget: $94.2m (2020)

Martina Otto (Interim Head of Secretariat)

An alliance of over 73 state and 78 non-state-partners (including 19 international organizations, 59 non-governmental organizations and 181 civil society actors), which is “committed to improving air quality and protecting the climate through reducing short-lived climate pollutants.” It engages with hundreds of local actors carrying out activities across economic sectors to advance action on short-lived climate pollutants.

Initiatives Areas:


    • CCAC Temperature Pathway Tool – A tool “for translating emissions scenarios into temperature pathways.” It can be used with national, regional or city level-data.
      Global Methane Assessment (2021, 173p) – This report assesses “integrates the climate and air pollution costs and benefits from methane mitigation.” Besides, it highlights “that human-caused methane emissions can be reduced by up to 45 per cent this decade.”



Climate and Clean Air Coalition contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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