12.02.2018

Mobilizing the co-benefits of climate change mitigation

This working paper argues that the urgency of bold and timely climate action coupled with the social and economic opportunities of renewable energies mean that the co-benefits of climate change mitigation will have to be mobilised further to accelerate the global transition towards renewable energies and help limit the dangerous consequences of global warming. The paper elaborates an interest-focused approach to mobilising co-benefits and argues that co-benefit assessments can be important drivers of ambitious and effective climate policy.


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