The co-benefits of climate action: accelerating city-level ambition
27 August 2020
A new report from CAST, CDP and the Tyndall Centre assesses the state of how cities are identifying and using co-benefits to support their climate action.
Cities are at the forefront of climate action – accounting for up to 70% of global emissions. Co-benefits are additional benefits from mitigation actions, for example, cleaner air, green job creation, and public health improvement. The report includes case studies of cities that are actively seeking to integrate co-benefits in their climate action planning. It also provides information on tools and resources available to cities looking to embed co-benefits into their climate action.
Read the full report at the link below: