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  • Climate Lily Odarno joins Clean Air Task Force as Director of Energy, Development and Climate in Africa

    Washington, D.C – Clean Air Task Force (CATF) is pleased to announce that Lily Odarno has joined the organization as Director of Energy, Development and Climate in Africa, leading the launch of a new program to address the dual needs of expanding affordable energy in developing economies and creating a global decarbonized energy system.  In this new role, Lily will focus on reframing the global energy access debate to better clarify

    May 3, 2021
  • Climate Clean Air Task Force Names Jeanette Pablo Resident Senior Fellow

    Washington, D.C – Clean Air Task Force (CATF) is pleased to announce that Jeanette Pablo has joined the organization as a Resident Senior Fellow. In her new role, Jeanette will focus on strategies to spur the development of low-carbon energy infrastructure in a way that ensures equity and promotes healthy communities and economic development in […]

    May 2, 2021
  • Climate Leaders Summit on Climate: 5 Key Takeaways from Clean Air Task Force

    The dust has settled from the first-ever Leaders Summit on Climate at the White House, a gathering of more than 40 heads of state and subnational leaders convened by President Joe Biden. The two-day virtual event served as both the U.S.’s reintroduction to the global climate stage and a key checkpoint for world governments on the road to COP26 in Glasgow. Here are Clean Air Task Force’s key takeaways from […]

    April 27, 2021
  • Climate CATF Supports U.S. NDC, Setting Stage for Actions to Reduce Methane Emissions and Invest in Zero-Carbon Technologies While Creating Jobs 
    April 22, 2021
  • Climate The American Jobs Plan: What’s in it for carbon capture?

    The American Jobs Plan is the largest investment proposal to commercialize carbon management technologies ever put forward by a single government. The Plan could grow US carbon management capacity by more than 13 fold¹ by 2035 while safeguarding and creating tens of thousands American jobs² and establishing the US as a global leader in innovation and decarbonization.

    April 22, 2021
  • Climate Biden Administration Proposes Kick-Starting Hydrogen. That’s Good News for Climate and for Jobs.

    Emission reductions across different sectors of the economy will not follow a one-size-fits–all approach. Hydrogen has been identified as a key solution that reduces carbon emissions for sectors where electrification and other measures are not sufficient. President Biden’s American Jobs Plan includes 15 hydrogen projects aimed to decarbonize a range of industrial applications in distressed communities and could create at least 18,000 jobs in 2025. This is very good news for the climate and for the American economy.  No one ever said that eliminating the emissions […]

    April 21, 2021
  • Policy Clean Air Task Force – Our Federal Policy Platform

    Since 1996, Clean Air Task Force has worked to design and implement international, federal, and local policy solutions for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and other air pollutants to protect human health and avert the worst effects of climate change while protecting vulnerable communities.  Our climate goal now is net-zero greenhouse gas emissions no later than […]

    November 19, 2020
  • News & Media Hedgehogs and Foxes: Toward Climate Pragmatism

    This lecture was presented on October 12, 2020 by Armond Cohen, CATF Executive Director, as the recipient of Dickinson College’s Rose-Walters Prize for global environmental activism.

    October 13, 2020
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