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U.S.-Australia Climate Action Partnership

The United States and Australia established the Climate Action Partnership (CAP) in 2002 which now includes over 30 collaborative projects and activities. These projects relate to measuring and accounting for emissions, improving scientific understanding, supporting low-emission technology, engaging business, and improving forestry and agriculture practices

The most recent meeting of the CAP took place in November, 2006 on the sidelines of the UNFCCC Nairobi meeting.

Past Releases:

11/16/06 -- Joint Press Statement from United States and Australia Delegations in Nairobi Climate Action Partnership: Announcement of New Projects
08/14/06 -- Partnership With the U.S. Delivers New Solar Technology
08/14/06 -- U.S.- Australia Climate Action Partnership, Announce Solar Technology Agreement
07/25/05 -- U.S. - Australia Climate Action Partnership: Meeting of Australian and U.S. Officials; Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs; Canberra, Australia
04/26/04 -- Joint Statement of the United States and Australia 
04/26/04 -- U.S.-Australia Climate Action Partnership
07/11/02 -- 2002-2003 Australia-U.S. Climate Action Partnership (CAP) Activities
07/09/02 -- The U.S.-Australia Climate Action Partnership Moves Forward


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