Climate, Air Pollution, and Public Health—Revisiting the Energy Innovation Agenda


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The nexus between air quality and climate change is of growing importance, as developing countries grapple with intensifying air pollution. Some believe that local air pollution—an environmental challenge that is more visible and immediately harmful to public health than longer-term climate change—may in fact drive policy and technology that can ultimately both improve air quality and work to mitigate climate change. Yet the impression of mutual gains may be illusory or at least incomplete—there is no guarantee that action on air quality will bring about coherent climate policymaking, nor vice-versa.

Please join the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace for a half-day event on the connection between air quality and climate change and how it might be expected to shape the global energy innovation agenda in the years to come.

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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
1779 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington DC 20036

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