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- The benefits of policies that are implemented for various reasons at the same time – including climate change mitigation – acknowledging that most policies designed to address greenhouse gas mitigation also have other, often at least equally important, rationales (e.g., related to objectives of development, sustainability, and equity). The term co-impact is also used in a more generic sense to cover both the positive and negative side of the benefits.
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- Co-control benefit, Criteria pollutant, Emission inventory, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Sector