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These presentations were used during the event, "The Pathway to the Paris Targets Matters", held during the UNFCCC forty-eighth sessions of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI 48).
This side event explored the consequences delaying near term climate action will have on the development aspirations of countries, and the benefits of following a path toward the long-term Paris targets that limits the rate of increase of global warming, reduces air pollution impacts on human health and avoids losses to agricultural productivity. The session will explore the application and benefits of the Multiple Benefits Pathway Approach currently being developed and tested by the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) and its partners.
The Multiple Benefits Pathway Approach and accompanying tools give countries, regions, and communities the power to define nationally appropriate strategies which provide climate mitigation while multiple benefits for air quality, health, and food security.