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Last edited 06 Jan 2021
Emissions Gap Report 2019 published by the UN Environment Programme defines co-benefits as: ‘The positive effects that a policy or measure aimed at one objective might have on other objectives, without yet evaluating the net effect on overall social welfare. Co-benefits are often subject to uncertainty and depend on, among others, local circumstances and implementation practices. Co-benefits are often referred to as ancillary benefits.’
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