COBENEFITS Knowledge Commons

On 15 and 16 Octo­ber 2019, min­is­te­r­i­al rep­re­sen­ta­tives and more than 150 inter­na­tion­al experts and lead­ers from sci­ence, pub­lic admin­is­tra­tion, pol­i­tics, the pri­vate sec­tor, and civ­il soci­ety met in Berlin for the con­fer­ence Cli­mate Oppor­tu­ni­ty 2019: Co-Ben­e­fits for Just Ener­gy Futures.

The asso­ci­at­ed Knowl­edge Com­mons Exhi­bi­tion offered a space for shar­ing the lat­est assess­ment results, best prac­tices, tools and pol­i­cy mea­sures to unlock the social and eco­nom­ic co-ben­e­fits of ambi­tious cli­mate action with renew­able ener­gy.

This book­let gath­ers 29 con­tri­bu­tions by sci­en­tists and pol­i­cy­mak­ers from coun­tries like India, South Africa, Turkey, USA and Mex­i­co, thus pro­vid­ing an overview of avail­able co-ben­e­fits knowl­edge world­wide.