The Climate & Clean Air Coalition is a government-led multi-sectoral partnership focused on reducing short-lived climate pollutants. The Coalition's initial focus is on methane, black carbon, and HFCs. At the same time, partners recognize that action on short-lived climate pollutants must complement and supplement, not replace, global action to reduce carbon dioxide, in particular efforts under the UNFCCC. The CCAC was launched in 2012 and the FIA Foundation joined in 2014.

The Coalition's objectives are to address short-lived climate pollutants by:

  1. Raising awareness of short-lived climate pollutant impacts and mitigation strategies
  2. Enhancing and developing new national and regional actions, including by identifying and overcoming barriers, enhancing capacity, and mobilizing support
  3. Promoting best practices and showcasing successful efforts
  4. Improving scientific understanding of short-lived climate pollutant impacts and mitigation strategies

The Coalition serves as a forum for assessing progress in addressing the challenge of short-lived climate pollutants and for mobilizing resources to accelerate action. It works to catalyse new actions as well as to highlight and bolster existing efforts on near-term climate change and related public health, food and energy security, and environmental issues. - See more at: