Clearing the Air: A Preliminary Analysis of Air Quality Co-Benefits from Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Canada | Publications | David Suzuki Foundation
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This study demonstrates that measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions have the potential for significant health and economic co-benefits. Six measures were chosen from Canadian Solutions and reports from the National Climate Change Process Issues Tables. The analysis showed that as much as $2.2 billion every year in health and environmental damages could be avoided by instituting these six measures alone.