Alinging Development, Air Quality and Climate Policies for Muliple Dividends
AbstractThis paper focuses on the policy direction required to achieve socio-economic growth in developing countries while addressing air pollution concerns at both local and global levels. While greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) are a global concern due to the implications for resulting climate change, local air pollution is a primary concern due to its more immediate adverse health impacts. [CSH Occassional Paper N 21/2007].
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soco-economc; developing countries air pollution; green house gas emission; GHG; climate change; local; global;
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