Short term pollutants
Cities commit to ambitious actions to improve waste management practices resulting in significant SLCP emission reductions
Objectives by COP22: Continue to add cities, participants and mentors, to the MSWI Global City Network to reach the goal of 150 cities in 2020 that have implemented quantifiable plans of actions to reduce SLCPs from the waste sector.
Engage country partner to participate as a Lead Partner of the Initiative.
Hold a regional workshop in Novi Sad, Serbia, for cities in Eastern Europe, Middle East and North Africa to engage new cities, share best waste management practices and inspire and catalyze city action.
Hold capacity building webinar on: use of the MSWI Emission Quantification Tool, financing, or diversion of organic waste from landfills.
• Reduce by 10% the amount of untreated organics being disposed in landfills in cities participating in CCAC MSWI by 2025.
• Eliminate open burning in all the cities participating in CCAC MSWI by 2025
• Reduce scavenging in disposal sites in all cities participating in CCAC MSWI by 2025
• Valorise and advance the formalisation of informal labour in cities participating in CCAC MSWI by 2025
Progress since COP21: The following cities have joined MSWI since COP 21: Curitiba (Brazil), Naucalpan (Mexico), Malé (Maldives) and Umea (Sweden). The country of Maldives has also joined the MSWI.
Provided technical assistance to Nairobi, Kenya, on their upcoming solid waste source-segregation program.
Regional workshop for Latin American countries held in Washington, DC (USA). The event offered participants from 15 Latin American cities training to use the tools developed by the MSWI and the opportunity to learn from the shared experiences of international waste and finance experts and partners and in the region. The workshop encouraged hands-on learning, incorporating a range of activities including training, breakout sessions, one-on-one work with experts, and a series of presentations and roundtable discussions. Several of the cities in attendance became part of the MSWI City Network.
Below is a list of deliverables:
• Emission Quantification Tool package
• Financing guides for composting and landfill gas projects
• Plans of Action for the cities of Rayong and Map Ta Phut
• Work plan for the City of Battambang, Cambodia
• City exchange between the cities of Cebu and Kitakyushu
• Strategy to enhance citizens’ awareness of the City of Sao Paulo towards recycling and collection of source separated waste