This policy brief aims to answer a critical question: how can policymakers, civil society, and researchers address air pollution, climate change, and socioeconomic equity with inclusive solutions? The brief argues that much of the answer will involve reframing how policymakers, civil society groups, and researchers perceive the interrelationship between air pollution, climate change, and social equity concerns. That reframing will involve not only using an intersectional lens to more clearly identify interrelationships between these issues. It will also involve more attention to 1) new modes of participatory governance; 2) a recognition of the social co-benefits of action, and 3) adopting learning models based on co-innovation.
Integrating Clean Air, Climate, and Health Policies in the COVID-19 Era: The Role of Co-benefits and the Triple R Framework
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Role of Co-Innovation in Accelerating Towards Climate Neutrality
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CONFERENCE BACKGROUND NOTE: Third Global Conference on Strengthening Synergies between the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Building the evidence base for synergistic action in support of raising climate and SDGs ambition
Accelerating Net-zero Goals in Asia: The Role of Joint Crediting Mechanism and Co-innovation