This report provides the first national-level approximation of priority sources and actions to address air pollution while maximizing synergies with climate mitigation and managing trade-off challenges. The study uses mean population exposure as the best approximation of air quality impact currently available. It is a scoping exercise to determine the least-cost priority measures to improve air quality and identify potential key synergies or trade-offs with climate change mitigation that can be managed through coherent application of air and climate protection policies.
Clean Air and Cool Planet : Cost-Effective Air Quality Management in Kazakhstan and Its Impact on Greenhouse Gas Emissions
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7C-Central Asia: Climate And Environment (Client) Program -- P170870
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Zlatev,Vasil Borislavov Cofala,Janusz Antoni Peszko,Grzegorz Wang,Qing
Clean Air and Cool Planet : Cost-Effective Air Quality Management in Kazakhstan and Its Impact on Greenhouse Gas Emissions (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/099345012232191779/P1708700d2bd3a09093fa0cd27991d0662